Complications Symptoms Appear After the process curettes

Pregnant women who experience miscarriage usually perform curettage procedures. After doing curette will usually appear the symptoms that should not be ignored because it will lead to complications if left untouched. What are the symptoms?
Curette is a process that is done to erode the lining of the uterus (endometrium). This process is usually done to remove the remaining tissue in the uterus. This process is generally done within five minutes.

Prior to curettage, gynecology doctor will check to first see if there is still residual tissue in the uterus or not, this is to avoid bleeding and also prevent infection of the uterus.

How that is done is to use an ultrasound scan. If the miscarriage occurred in the early stages of pregnancy and the remaining tissue is very small, then the curette is not necessary but was only given medication alone.
The doctor will give you anesthetic first before curettage. After that the doctor will open the cervix using a tool called dilators, and then enter the instrument through the cervix to remove the remaining network is still there in the womb. When dikuret rasannya very uncomfortable and too sick for some time.

If in this process is not done properly as there are still remaining tissue in the uterus or curette done too much, it will increase the risk of complications (Netdoctor 18-8-2010).

Symptoms that arise if there are complications of curettage are:

Bleeding, sometimes accompanied by the existence of large clumps.
Soreness or pain in your lower abdomen.
The alteration of vaginal fluids, such as whiteness and smelly.
Have a fever with a high temperature.
Abnormal menstrual period month after curettage.

These conditions should not be ignored by the women who perform curettage, because there is a possibility of complications or interference.
Risks that could happen is bleeding, incidence of infection due to the existence or occurrence of tissue remaining hole in the uterus (uterine perforation) due to erosion too deep because the walls of the newly pregnant uterus is very soft.
Usually the doctor will perform ultrasound examination (ultrasound) to see the conditions of the uterine wall that can be determined what medical steps to obtain appropriate care.