Thank you for your query at DoctorSpring.com
I understand your concern.
Frankly, it does not sound good.
If she has bled a lot / expelled a lot of tissue, the fetus is less likely to be viable.
What you can do is go for an ultrasound scan right away.
If the heartbeat of the baby is intact, and the surrounding structures seem normal, you can then decide about continuation.
Please upload the scan report as soon as you have had it.
All the best
Patient replied :
Thank you much! could you please tell me what percentage of women still go through with the pregnancy after an unsuccessful abortion ? There is a risk of anomalies (such as missing fingers) from lack of sufficent oxygen if placenta was disrupted, correct?
PS - We will upload the scan as soon as we have it. We'll request the most anatomically detailed one (cpt 76811).
Frankly, naming percentages and statistics is futile and mostly speculative in the absence of concrete information, such as a scan.
Please revert with the scan, it would enable me to provide you with a more definitive answer.