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As for what u saw - could it have been the actual sac? Maybe he missed it doing the d&c and did not want to admit it. I have heard of some women getting 2 & 3 d&cs for one lost pregnancy. I remember when I passed my sac in the hospital - I was using a porta potty as per nurses instruction. When it came out I felt it and it made a thud and looking at it it was obviously not a blood clot. It had a different colour - kinda purply around one side and u could see the cord and fetus shape - in a kinda whitish shade - it was the sac no doubt. What u saw could be it or tissue pieces. When my miscarriage started - it happened at home on a Sat night - I passed tons of blood and clots - some which looked dark and thick and then the blood turned to bright red and clots continued til I went to the er on Sunday and passed the sac Sunday night - then the clots weren't as bad - I had to have a d&c due to retained products in the upper part of my uterus. After the d&c bleeding was light but prolonged for weeks until my first 2 periods which were intensely heavy with clots and even a few tiny pieces of what looked like rind. I think for u they missed lots of tissue and u may need a second d&c.
I also found out at my 12w that there was no heart beat. THis was almost 2 yrs ago. I had a DNC right away. I passed pieces of tissue during the next 3 periods. including, in the first month, a HUGE piece! I was so scared, I pulled it out of the toilet to look at it. It was definitely, tissuey and not a clot. I would always have light bleeding between my periods during this time, then when all the tissues was passed, it went back to normal.
I think it was just pieces that were scraped off but still just hanging out inside.

Sorry to be gross, but I Hope it helped!





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