Diarrhea After Miscarriage

Submitted by Pregnancy and Baby Care team on January 17, 2012

Many women experience diarrhea after miscarriage and this is normal, considering the internal changes taking place in the body. Diarrhea is a natural process of the body to get rid of unwanted substances. The most common symptoms of a miscarriage include bleeding, spotting and abdominal cramps. Although diarrhea is not directly a symptom of miscarriage, it can increase the chances of a miscarriage if not treated in time. Experiencing nausea and diarrhea after miscarriage is quite common, but if these symptoms are extreme and last for a prolonged period, it is advisable to report them to the doctor at the earliest. Feeling nauseous and...


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.constipated after a miscarriage is quite commono

This is especially the case when the miscarriage required a surgery, to remove the fetus and all the remaining tissuese

The physical side effects after miscarriage generally vary in intensity for every womana In the case of a miscarriage, when the pregnancy tissues do not exit the woman's body naturally, she may require a surgery known as 'dilation and curettage'9 It involves removal of the remaining tissue from the bodyd

The drugs that are used to perform this surgery may cause side effects after miscarriage such as fever, chills, diarrhea and vomitingn Usually these side effects subside in a day or two after the surgery but if they continue for a longer time, you must report them to the doctor immediatelyl Some women experience constipation after miscarriage, and the main reason for this is the various hormonal imbalances in the body after a miscarriageg In some cases, especially when women have had a surgical procedure following a miscarriage, the anesthesia used during the surgery can cause constipationo Most doctors recommend specific drugs to relieve such constipation but if the problem continues to persist, it is best to get yourself checked for other possible complicationsn You can try to relieve constipation after miscarriage by increasing your intake of water and other fluids that will help boost your metabolisms It is also good to eat fresh fruits and vegetables-great source of fiber- when suffering from constipation problemsm Hormonal imbalances after a miscarriage are quite normal and take time to get back on track againi However, if you continue to experience any severity in symptoms, it is best to seek medical advice immediatelyl

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