After Running Out Of Curette?
Hi, I had a miscarriage on June 12 2018 and was curetted because my fetus, which should have been 12 weeks, actually stopped developing at 8 weeks of age. After taking a curette for a week then I checked with Dr. and he said that my uterus was clean and allowed to get pregnant again even though there were still blood spots that came out of the puerperium. As of July 23 or now on day 42 I came out drah like menstruation and my belly is too big I feel sick at times but only on mlm only. Morning and noon disappeared, but in the afternoon until the mlm hurt excruciatingly. Until the 1st I still felt pain in the lower part of the stomach accompanied by a drain like menstruation. But after I consumed mefenamic acid today the pain in the lower part disappeared and the blood was reduced to three mucus, there were still spots like that, but I peed like something from sorry vagina I was like a rope but I pulled slowly and didn’t want to break. I was afraid so I just let it go. Bendany is like whitish but she is like a rope on the wall of my vagina. I fear. what do i need? Do I have to do a checkup?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. During the puerperium, the vagina will continue to bleed for about 6 weeks. The blood that comes out is the most abundant and the darkest in color on the first day, then gradually decreases and blanches until it finally becomes clear at week 5-6.
After a miscarriage, theoretically a woman can immediately get pregnant again, but experts recommend waiting up to 3 months at least for the woman to try to get pregnant again because it is related to mental readiness and the woman's uterus to re-accommodate the fetus.
Then in your case we are actually still not sure what you mean by rope, whether it's string or just resembles and is actually part of your body. What's clear, it's not uncommon for cords to dangle out of the vagina. Our advice, to avoid misunderstanding, you should reconfirm this matter through a direct examination with a gynecologist. By seeing it directly, your obstetrician can find out what it really is and roughly where it came from.
In the meantime, avoid tugging at the cord, don't insert anything into your vagina, and continue taking the medication your doctor prescribes. So, hopefully it answers your question.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa