Abdominal Pain And Brown Spots After Curettage?
; hello doctor…rnDoc I want to ask..rnI am currently pregnant 6 weeks ago bleeding after examination I miscarried then had to be cured..rnA week after the curettage my uterus was declared clean..it has passed about 50 daily after curettagernI also had my first period after curettage 1 week ago..rnrnToday I am doing a little more activity than normal days..rnThen my stomach hurts.. and came out a little brown spots..is that normal..??
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We are sorry for the loss you went through earlier. May God replace it with better blessings for you and your family.
After a miscarriage and undergoing curettage, if the doctor has declared your uterus clean, then there should be nothing more to worry about. If you are already menstruating, then in general, the condition of your reproductive organs has gradually recovered as it was when you were not pregnant.
The pain in the abdomen accompanied by the discharge of spots outside of the menstrual cycle that you experience is most likely due to hormonal conditions that have not been balanced after the curettage. This condition causes irregular menstruation. To expel menstrual blood, the uterine muscles will contract more strongly. This can cause pain in the lower abdomen.
It could also be that the spots and abdominal pain that you experience are caused by other factors, for example:
Implantation (implantation of the fertilized fetus in the uterine wall as the beginning of pregnancy) Irritation of intimate organs, for example after sexual intercourse Unhealthy lifestyle, for example due to stress, fatigue, smoking, lazy to exercise, weight is not ideal Pelvic inflammation (inflammation of the uterus, tubes fallopian tubes and ovaries) Endometriosis (abnormal growth of endometrial tissue outside the uterus) Adenomyosis (abnormal growth of endometrial tissue until it reaches the uterine muscle) Vulvovaginitis (inflammation of the vaginal lips) Urinary tract infections, etc. the number is small, you can do the following steps to solve it:
Compress the stomach using warm water so that the pain subsides. Avoid lifting heavy weights and doing activities that are too tiring. Keep intimate organs clean. Limit sexual intercourse until the spots stop. Take regular breaks, eat nutritious food, and stay away from stress. great, don't hesitate to check back with a gynecologist so that further treatment can be done..
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah