Which medication is the best for your miscarriage?

We talked to a doctor about a miscarriage diagnosis and found out which medication is best for you.

Read MoreThe FDA has approved Pfizer’s NuvaRing for use to treat miscarriage and the company says its NuvaRings are 100 percent safe and effective, as long as you follow the directions.

But you may not want to give Nuva Rings to someone who has a miscarriage.

The FDA says Nuva rings can lead to side effects including nausea and vomiting.

So what is a miscarriage?

A miscarriage can happen at any time during a pregnancy.

The miscarriage can be caused by a pregnancy loss or by the miscarriage itself.

If you or a loved one has a medical condition that makes you more likely to have a miscarriage, your doctor can prescribe a different medicine for you, like Nuva, for that specific condition.

Nuva can be used to treat the following medical conditions:Premature delivery: In this condition, the placenta and its blood do not separate during the pregnancy and it becomes a premature infant.

The placentas organs will be destroyed, and the baby will be born prematurely.

This condition can happen if you or someone you know has had a miscarriage in the past.

Premature birth: In a pregnancy where the mother has given birth prematurely, the child may die or be born too soon.

The mother may be able to deliver the baby at home or at a hospital.

The infant will be in a hospital bed for several weeks.

The baby will likely have a birth weight of about 2 pounds.

Prematurity: In some pregnancies, the mother may not be able or choose to give birth to the baby.

She may choose to have another baby.

The doctor may recommend Nuva.

In rare cases, a miscarriage may result from a serious medical condition.

The condition may be a serious underlying illness, such as heart disease, cancer, or diabetes.

If a miscarriage results, you may be given Nuva for the condition.

In some cases, the medication is only effective for people who have had a pregnancy with a miscarriage and are taking the medicine.

If you or your loved one have had another miscarriage, you should get the treatment you need.

The most common complications associated with Nuva are:Sudden miscarriage: This is when the plasmablend breaks.

This can occur in the first few days after giving birth.

Sudden death: This can happen in the second or third trimester.

The birth weight is less than 2 pounds and the child dies.

If the placental tissue or the membranes surrounding the uterus have been removed, the baby may still be alive.

If so, your baby will have a life expectancy of just 3-4 weeks.

Caused by a serious illness: If your or someone your child knows has had one or more medical conditions, including a medical problem that is causing the miscarriage, the doctor may want to prescribe a medication for you to take for that condition.

For example, if you have a heart condition, your medical provider may want you to have heart-lung surgery.

If your doctor wants to treat you with a drug that helps control your blood pressure, your provider may prescribe a drug to treat your blood sugar.