Abortion - incomplete



Abortion - incomplete

Definition

In an incomplete abortion, parts of the fetus or placental material stay inside the uterus.

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Alternative Names

Incomplete abortion

Symptoms

Typical symptoms include vaginal bleeding and lower abdominal cramping.

Treatment

In most cases, a surgical procedure called curettage is done to remove the remaining material from the uterus. The goal of this treatment is to prevent prolonged bleeding or infection.

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