Abdominal Cramps Accompanied By Blood Clots. Is It A Miscarriage?
I’m fig tonight,rnI just miscarried 5 days, Sunday night my stomach cramped, Monday morning I woke up there was blood like menstruation, I was shocked and I went to the bathroom there was a pretty big blood clot, that night I had a fever and I went to the clinic , I have typhus, previously I tested negative, I thought the fetus was gone.rnrnI told the clinic doctor, he gave me medicine because I had typhoid, before I drank my stomach was still cramping. , around 2-4 in the morning, the blood clots are many and bigger. I was more surprised and confused with my husband. Until now, my stomach has cramps too. Is it a miscarriage? Is it normal? What should I do?rnrnAfter that my breasts were very tight and enlarged in size, it turned out to be milk. I am confused please help. thank you
Hello Sister Arazara,
Pregnancy is generally characterized as late menstruation, nausea and vomiting, especially in the morning or when you are more sensitive to smells, the body feels weak, weak, feverish, body changes such as enlarged breasts and even breast milk or enlarged stomach. Examinations that can be done such as blood hematology examinations and ultrasound by an obstetrician.
Miscarriage can be characterized by bleeding from the birth canal, profuse and accompanied by white or tissue-like clots that are different from blood clots such as jelly. Other symptoms such as lower abdominal cramps, fever, pain is getting worse and the body is weak due to bleeding. Bleeding from the birth canal should be examined by an obstetrician, the doctor will check the condition of the pregnancy test, blood hematology examination, and ultrasound examination to detect any residual pregnancy tissue still attached to the uterus, if there is still an action to remove the remaining tissue either with drugs or with curettage, because the remaining tissue that is not removed will have a dangerous impact such as infection, bleeding can not stop which is life threatening. Bleeding during a miscarriage is a sign that the tissue has been exhausted and is getting less and less until it finally stops. The release of breast milk can be a sign of hormones that are still left behind, the release can be prevented with breast splints or the consumption of drugs from a gynecologist.
It is recommended to consult a gynecologist to treat bleeding, and to deal with fluids lost from the body. Eat nutritious foods to maintain endurance, drink lots of fluids so that the body fluids lost through bleeding can be replaced. Avoid scratching the birth canal with actions that are not clean and sterile. Keep the female organs clean by regularly changing the pads when they are full.
Watch out for signs of shock if you lose a lot of blood, such as: feeling weak, weak, dizzy, nauseated, feeling cold. Then treatment must be carried out at the nearest emergency room. Hope it is useful. Click the article: Symptoms and causes of miscarriage, Pregnancy tips