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I wanted to find out information about misscarages on what thay are and what happens to the body at the time and if there are any side affectes?
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Miscarriage is loss of a foetus before 20 weeks of pregnancy. This is actually very common, with many miscarriages happening very early in pregnancy before the woman even realises she is pregnant. They are often due to genetic abnormalities. It may be necessary to have a curette after a miscarriage, if products of conception remain in the uterus, otherwise there is a risk of infection. There are many complex issues with miscarriage that are best addressed by talking to your doctor. Best wishes
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