While at a party a friend of mine caught a glimpse of a black eye. I quickly put my hands in my lap and proceeded to tell her that I was bleeding. She asked if I was ok. I said that I was fine. She said, “You didn’t have to say that.” I said, “No, I didn’t.” She said, “You didn’t have to say that.
She was right. I wasn’t even bleeding very fast and I was a bit nervous. I’ve had enough blood for one day, but I didn’t want anyone to have to sit there and take it from me.
While I would normally say that the experience was terrifying, especially for a woman who has a history of bleeding during and after childbirth, I can see how it might be comforting for women who have suffered a miscarriage. It can really help to have someone sit there and ask you if you’re ok and to make sure you dont have any blood on you. To help prevent the miscarriage, you can give them a small piece of tissue to hold.
I think the more important question is, why? In short, I guess I wish I had this in the last year. This is a very rare thing for me, and I was so worried that I’d end up having to have a son with a full-term C-section because there was a tiny piece of tissue stuck in me somewhere on the way out.
The tissue is important because it has the ability to stop bleeding. I think this is what we call “blood clotting.” It does not stop bleeding immediately, but it slows it down and reduces the possibility of a hemorrhage. So when you give a piece of tissue to your doctor, it will give you the option to stop the bleeding and leave you with a scar (albeit a scar you might not remember).
The tissue is important because it has the ability to stop bleeding. I think this is what we call blood clotting. It does not stop bleeding immediately, but it slows it down and reduces the possibility of a hemorrhage. So when you give a piece of tissue to your doctor, it will give you the option to stop the bleeding and leave you with a scar albeit a scar you might not remember.
The last time I was pregnant, I gave my doctor a large piece of tissue. The doctors told me that it was not going to be enough to cut all the way through my womb (I was bleeding), so they would have to cut more. They cut more and more until they could cut through my uterus. They cut so much that it was a mess. My friend and I were laughing as we watched the cut.
The last time I was pregnant I gave my doctor a big piece of tissue and she told me that it was not going to be enough to cut through all the way through my womb, but that it was going to be enough to stop the bleeding. They cut out the big piece of tissue and I watched them cut it into tiny pieces and put it in tubes. I was so happy when I saw them put the tubes in my belly. I was crying as I watched it go in.
When my friend and I were pregnant, the doctor would take my blood and put a lot of small pieces of tissue in my uterus. She would then put these pieces of tissue back into the tubes and close the tubes to stop the bleeding. I was very excited when she told me this, because this is exactly what I needed to stop the pain that was keeping me from going to the movies.
I’m glad you’re excited because this is a very common thing that happens in pregnancy. It’s basically a way of passing small pieces of tissue so that your body can stop bleeding. The doctor does it to avoid miscarriage.