What happens to the dead fetus inside a dead mother?
Both needs to be examined to see what the cause of death is and then the family can decide if they should be buried together or separately. Usually it's together.
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At the ultrasound there will be no heartbeat or movement. If you are further along in your pergnancy and normally feel the baby move, you won't be able to feel him/her move an…ymore. If you are at the beginning of pregnancy, you will bleed heavily probably with some pain
If there is no risk to the other baby, then you can go to full term, or even premature labor. The fetus will have past on and eventually deminimize.
No. Once the mothers heart stops beating all oxygen and nutrients given to the baby are cut off, resulting in death within minutes.
No, quite the opposite. Vomiting is very common in pregnancy due to the extra hormones. It is most common during the early stages (1-12 weeks) and is not a sign that the baby …has died.
If the fetus is dead, it can't move.
The most common symptom of a nonliving fetus, inside a woman'suterus, is a sudden spike in body temperature. The body will reactas if it has an infection.
I think the answer to this question would be fairly obvious but seeing as you asked I thought I would answer, If the mother of a baby still in the womb dies, then the unborn b…aby will unfortunately also die, if the baby is far enough along to survive outside the womb and the death of the mother is witnessed then doctors MIGHT be able to save the unborn child if they are able to move it before the baby is too deprived of oxygen.
Yes. It can take up to a few months until the pregnancy hormones have settled and until then your body will think it's pregnant. It works the same way after you've had the D&C… to remove it.
When it decomposes you will get severe infections which will lead to blood poisoning and in the end can kill you.
It depends on how far along you are. Most miscarriages occur in the first trimester and then it's either by inducing by pill which can happen at home or by surgery where the d…octor will scrape the uterus and make sure nothing is left to cause infection. If it's later in the pregnancy they will also induce using medicine but then it will be like labor and take place at the hospital.
Eventually it will be. The remains will start to decompose and you will get a infection that will spread to the blood and cause blood poisoning. You risk both sterility and li…fe if it's not removed. You will experience discharge with a foul odor and fever and pain.
obviously not because its dead!
No, a sac grows to accommodate the fetus and if the fetus us dead it does not grow anymore.
You will get infections since the remains start to deteriorate. Fever, stomach pains, discolored and smelly discharge etc.
Sudden lack of movement perception by the mother. If this happensfor more than 12 hours Mom should go in & get checked out.
No, because the mother is the supply of oxygen and nutrients.