Question by  rc37 (24)

How much tissue during a miscarriage is normal?

I am passing a lot of tissue and am having a miscarriage.


Answer by  sweta (73)

During the miscarriage lots of tissue is wasted and it should be thrown from the placenta or it cause infection. It mostly depends upon the period of the miscarriage. Earlier time may lose a little but further time can lose as much tissues as well as blood.


Answer by  Rose (6804)

Passing tissue during a miscarriage is very normal, how much is going to depend on how far along you were in the pregnancy. If you are concerned you should go and see your doctor or go to the emergency room to have it checked. Get plenty of rest and take pain meds if needed.


Answer by  RRGKK (412)

It will depend on how far along you were, but you should consider going to the hospital for a DNC. Better to be safe than sorry.


Answer by  Bob4260 (88)

The amount of tissue released during a miscarriage depends on a variety of factors, including how far along in the pregnancy you were. If you're having more than a minimal amount of blood, it's important that you see a doctor.


Answer by  PJAGANI (231)

During misscarriage normally you don't see passing too much tissue if it occurs in early pregnancy. But if it passes a lot then may be some kind of pathological reason.

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