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    Quote Originally Posted by yellowbird View Post
    Can you wrap up the tissue that has come out? Perhaps they can test it to see what it is? I hope you have managed to get some answers xx
    First stuff went down toilet & 2nd lot if stuff in the shower so over all this

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    Please call an ambulance, over exaggerate your pain if need be so that they see you faster.

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    I've looked at some of your previous posts as well and am very sorry for the lack of care you have received.

    I too would call an ambulance at least you will be under supervision.

    If it happens again I would try to save some of it in a container or jar if you can. I know gross but at least they am do conclusive tests???

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    I think you need hospital visit. It could be that this af you are letting go the rest of the retained products. The liver looking chunks are the wall that builds up in uterus while pregnant.
    Anything round and dark blue/black and very tough would be a sac with fetus inside
    Vomiting usually is not a symptom of af.
    I think you need u/s because this has been over a month and still leaving your body
    Keep us updatedxxx
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    My MIL told me to call an ambulance too. Now that casino has a dr there I'm gunna get DP to take me up there & I'm not leaning without answers in so over the stuff around I've had with all this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kazza78 View Post
    I think you need hospital visit. It could be that this af you are letting go the rest of the retained products. The liver looking chunks are the wall that builds up in uterus while pregnant. Vomiting usually is not a symptom of af.
    I think you need u/s because this has been over a month and still leaving your body
    Keep us updatedxxx
    It's been just over 2 months I'm over it

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    Sorry I added a bit to my post about look of sac.
    I am really confused as to how so much can be left after a d&c???
    Hope it us all sorted out soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jagamoe View Post
    My MIL told me to call an ambulance too. Now that casino has a dr there I'm gunna get DP to take me up there & I'm not leaning without answers in so over the stuff around I've had with all this.
    Im glad you're heading to the hospy and yes do not leave without answers and at the very least an ultrasound.

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    Good luck! If anymore tissue comes out keep it even if you have to scoop it out of the toilet. Sorry for TMI.

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    Oh no I can't believe you are still suffering through all of this. I am glad to see that you are heading to a hospital. This is so not fair for you I really hope that the drs are kind to you this time and that they give you some answers. Try should have followed up with you after what previously happened.

    I will be thinking of you and keeping my fingers crossed that you're ok and being treated well.

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