After Taking The Drug, Vaginal Discharge To Remove The Remaining Tissue In The Uterus?
, I miscarried on August 21 fetus 6w. He was given medicine and the rest of the tissue came out, and the blood was finished on August 25th. On 27 August, I had an ultrasound again, it turned out that there was still some tissue in my uterus, then I was given more medicine. Until now, I have been consuming it for 3 days but there are no signs of tissue discharge, the position of the blood has stopped since a week ago. what is there comes out like vaginal discharge but the color is yellow. I am also very stressed and never rest. Does it affect? Is the rest of the tissue clean through the yellow vaginal discharge? Thank you very much
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Previously, we are sorry about your loss. May God Almighty replace it with better blessings for you and your family in the future.
Miscarriage can occur spontaneously or not. After a miscarriage, one of the important things to pay attention to is whether there is still tissue left in the uterus or not. Generally, the remaining tissue in the uterus will come out in the first 1 to 2 weeks after a miscarriage. The remaining tissue that is still attached to the uterine wall, if not removed has the potential to cause prolonged bleeding, infection, and the formation of scar tissue in the uterus which will affect your next pregnancy.
Removing the remaining tissue in the uterus can be done in various ways. One of them is by giving laxative drugs. Usually, in this way, the remaining tissue that is still attached to the uterine wall can be removed in 1 to 3 days. A discharge that is yellowish in color as you are experiencing may just be a sign of tissue that is starting to clear. However, this needs to be confirmed again with a repeat ultrasound examination. The stress and lack of rest that you experience can affect the hormonal balance in your body so that it indirectly affects the activity of the glandular cells that inhabit the cervix and vaginal canal. This can also contribute to the discharge that you are experiencing.
With an ultrasound examination, an obstetrician can determine whether there is still tissue left in your uterus. If still, then the treatment can be done by giving the drug again or also surgery curettage (dilation and curretage). In this way, the risk of dangerous complications in the future can be minimized.
The steps you need to take at this time besides seeing a doctor are:
Throw away your stress, make sure that everything that happens in your life has been arranged by God, and surely the goal is to form a better person in the future Get used to positive thinking, also do positive activities to fill the days You sleep regularly, avoid the habit of staying up late, or also consume excessive caffeine Regularly exercise, eat more vegetables, fruit and other nutritious foods to maintain hormonal balance in your body Always keep your intimate organs clean Drink plenty of water Avoid use vaginal scent soap or dirty pants. Minimize sexual intercourse first before your uterus is declared clean by the doctor. Hope this helps.