Abdominal Movements After Ectopic Pregnancy Surgery?
Good evening, I want to ask. I kn bru finished pregnancy surgery outside the womb now at the third day … but we have movements like that in my stomach what are you doing?
Ectopic pregnancy is a pregnancy that occurs not in the uterine cavity. In this pregnancy, embryos that form after conception are not implanted in the uterine wall, but rather in the walls of other reproductive tracts. Generally ectopic pregnancy occurs in the fallopian tubes. As a result when the embryo develops, there will be rupture (rupture / tear) in the fallopian tube, or the embryo does not develop and then cause tissue death. All of these things will cause bleeding. Often the bleeding caused can be life threatening. That is why immediate action must be taken.
After surgery, all embryo tissue will be removed, no more embryo tissue left. It is likely that the movement you feel is intestinal peristalsis. Sometimes after surgery, intestinal peristalsis is not completely normal. If your complaint is accompanied by abdominal pain that is getting more and more severe, or accompanied by fever and nausea, vomiting, then you should immediately consult a doctor. In the meantime, you can do your normal activities and take medicine according to your recommendations.
Hopefully this answer can help you a little. Regards.