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    An_252281 posted:
    I had a miscarriage today, I've never had one before. so I was really shocked. I took the tissue and the blood clot and examined it and everything- but then thinking it was a weird period- i flushed it. then decided to googled it and realized what it was. and my stupid question is is there anyway that you pass tissue and still the baby be ok?? the pain was so horrible and it stopped as soon as it passed---
    AlyssaAlverson responded:
    This happend to me as well, I had been having a lot of bleeding and cramping and dull aches in my lower back. I had been about 5 1/2 weeks along, so I went into the E.R. because I was in sooooooo much pain I have been curled up in a ball on the ground. Later while I was in the hospital I had to use the bathroom and I passed the baby. It was the saddest thing ever, I had known I passed it before I ever even had to ask.

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