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    Default advice needed please....

    Yesterday I misscarried and im pretty sure I passed the sac. I'm still bleeding today not extremely heavy, is it ok to wear a tampon or should I stick to pads??? They are just so uncomfortable and I'm really over it

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    Best to just kept with pads for the whole thing as far as I'm aware.

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    I would just stick with pads too sorry

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    So sorry to hear this, I hope you are okay. I think the advice to stick to pads is correct.

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    I think. ... . Pads... maybe be better to catch clots or tissue that you may pass..
    Im very sorry for your loss

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    Pads only because your cervix is open you run the risk of introducing infection. I hate using pads too.

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    I thought as much thanks ladies. Makes it even worse that I feel so yuck atm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by melimum View Post
    I thought as much thanks ladies. Makes it even worse that I feel so yuck atm.

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    Sorry to hear about your loss unfortunately it's surf boards all the way through until it stops completely.....so I've been told. Lowers risk of infection or something.....


 

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