A complete miscarriage is one in which pregnancy-related tissue have come out of the uterus. This type of miscarriage has happened on its own with no medical intervention. It probably also happened before the end of the first trimester. An incomplete miscarriage means that only some of the tissues have been expelled. Medication or surgery can be used to remove anything that is remaining.
- Q What is a missed miscarriage?
- Q Should I talk to my doctor about symptoms of miscarriage?
- Q Is it possible to have a miscarriage without knowing it?
- Q Will an inevitable miscarriage become a complete miscarriage?
- Q How soon after a miscarriage can I have intercourse again?
- Q Does a miscarriage affect the ability to conceive again?