Abdominal Pain And Still Bleeding After Miscarriage?
Morning gloomy, yesterday, February 24, a miscarriage and out of menstruation, like menstruation, stopped on March 5, and already on the ultrasound, the doctor was clean, not necessary to be curetted and did not need to give any medicine, after that I did not make the relationship normally, as of today, starting today. menstruation again on March 29th, it starts to bleed out black spots continuously for 5 days hbis that the stomach feels really painful and the blood starts to stagnate and continues to come out of the white membrane like a baby’s bag so I miscarried again or the last miscarriage yesterday huh?
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Miscarriages are generally characterized by bleeding out a lot and lumpy like meat from the birth canal, accompanied by pain or abdominal cramps that are quite intense in intensity, spreading to the genitals to the lower back. This miscarriage is only possible if you have had sex after your last menstrual period.
If it is true that you have never had sexual relations at all since your miscarriage before, chances are the condition you are experiencing right now is not caused by a recurrent miscarriage. It is more likely that bleeding accompanied by the white membrane comes from regular menstrual bleeding, which comes out with remnants of tissue after a previous miscarriage that has not come out completely. There is nothing to worry about as long as the intensity of the pain that appears is still reasonable and there is no massive menstrual bleeding (up to more than 10 pads a day).
However, if you feel extreme abdominal pain and / or very massive bleeding, you should be more vigilant and consult yourself directly to a doctor or obstetrician. Aside from having a reasonable period, it may also be that your condition is caused by a myoma, endometriosis, pelvic inflammation, or many other possibilities. If not handled properly, it is feared that excessive bleeding can make you experience anemia or even lead to shock (shock).
In the meantime, we recommend that you multiply first to rest, bed rest if necessary. Avoid sexual intercourse if there is still a lot of bleeding out of your birth canal. Compress the painful side of your stomach using warm water, don't carelessly massage it let alone massage it. Do not also carelessly take medicine or herbal medicine without consulting first to the doctor. Eat and drink enough, especially foods that contain lots of vitamin K and iron, for example red meat, dark green leafy vegetables, milk and its processed products, nuts, whole grains, and so on.
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