Abdominal Cramps, Breast Pain, And Blood Clots During Menstruation?
Hello, at that time her stomach was cramped and her breasts hurt when I touched it, then I went for a stomach massage, a week after the sequence came out a little blood clot but not menstruation. I think at that time I experienced early signs of pregnancy, and the blood was a miscarriage. After that incident, my period was not smooth and my stomach often felt pain, lifting heavy weights a little bit hurts, 2 days of menstruation was over, but the cycle Menstruation remains 21-28 days .. Is it necessary to follow up from miscarriage about 1 week?
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Abdominal cramps, breast pain, and the discharge of blood clots during menstruation can indeed be caused by one of the causes of pregnancy disorders, namely miscarriage. This condition is prone to occur due to unwitting pregnancy. Miscarriage can be caused by fetal chromosomal abnormalities or maternal health problems, for example if you have uncontrolled diabetes, infections, hormonal disorders, thyroid gland disorders, uterine disorders, and so on. However, it is more common for miscarriages to cause massive (not slight) clot bleeding. In addition, the intensity of abdominal cramps experienced by women who experience miscarriage is very intense, which can cause women to become weak and unable to carry out normal activities as usual.
Because the symptoms are atypical, the diagnosis of miscarriage cannot be made for your complaint. Apart from miscarriage, several other conditions can also trigger complaints as you experience, for example ovarian cysts (fluid-filled sacs in the ovaries that are formed due to impaired egg maturation), endometriosis (abnormal growth of endometrial tissue outside the uterus), pelvic inflammation, ectopic pregnancy (pregnancy outside the womb), regular menstruation, and so on.
To distinguish each of the possible conditions above, the following determines what kind of treatment needs to be done to overcome it, it is necessary to directly examine a gynecologist. In addition, an ultrasound examination also needs to be done to evaluate the condition of the reproductive organs in more detail. Therefore, you should consult directly with a doctor at the nearest health facility. If it is true that you are experiencing a miscarriage, then the abdominal pain and menstrual disorders you are currently experiencing can be relieved by administering medication to curettage surgery.
In addition to seeing a doctor, what you need to do at this time is:
Always keep your intimate organs clean
Stay away from negative thoughts, calm yourself
Compress the painful stomach with a warm compress, or you can also add paracetamol medication to improve pain
Wear comfortable clothes
Don't be too heavy yet, including lifting heavy weights
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah