1 Month Of Pregnancy Bleeding In The Vagina?
afternoon, I want to ask, I’m 21 years old, I am 1 month pregnant the first pregnancy, but in my vagina bleeding, initially a little brown sometimes pucet. and now the blood that comes out is pretty heavy red but not the color is dark what is my miscarriage yes? I’ve been bleeding for 4 days. but I was feeling nauseous and for 2 days my appetite wasn’t even lazy to eat, but my stomach was big and sometimes it hurt in my left abdomen
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Need to be clarified, how did you find out that you were pregnant? Is the pregnancy confirmed by the doctor?
Many women mistakenly define pregnancy as late menstruation accompanied by symptoms of pregnancy, such as nausea, vomiting, dizziness, breast pain, stomach cramps, and so on. In fact, this is not always true. If your pregnancy has not been confirmed through a direct doctor's examination (for example by a blood test or ultrasound), you should not draw conclusions too early. Even positive home test results don't necessarily mean getting pregnant. In some cases, women who are not pregnant may also get positive testpack results, for example due to improper testpack procedures, ectopic pregnancy, grape pregnancy, blighted ovum, or urine contaminated with bacteria and drugs. If it turns out you are not pregnant, then the bleeding you are experiencing right now could be part of regular menstruation. Because hormonal conditions are not balanced, menstruation does often become irregular cycles. This hormonal disorder also can make you feel nauseous, no appetite, flatulence (so it looks bigger). and also pain.
If it is true that you have confirmed your pregnancy to the doctor, then your current bleeding can be caused by implantation bleeding, injury to the reproductive organs, the threat of miscarriage (abortion), or also a real miscarriage (abortion insipiens). You should check this condition IMMEDIATELY to the doctor or obstetrician in order to provide appropriate treatment. With an ultrasound examination and a thorough physical examination, the doctor can certainly find out exactly what conditions trigger your complaints and handle them well so that your health and the fetus in your womb are maintained.
In the meantime, you should not panic or worry too much. Expand to rest (bed rest if necessary). Compress your nauseous and painful stomach with warm water, wear comfortable and not tight clothes so that the stomach feels more comfortable. Eat and drink regularly, don't over-eat foods that are acidic, spicy, oily, fatty, and caffeinated drinks. Avoid taking drugs carelessly, and also avoid sexual intercourse before the doctor declares it safe for you to do so.
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