Are There Any Remaining Lumps Of Bleeding After A Miscarriage?
, I was 3 months pregnant with a miscarriage, after being given medicine with my doctor SPOG came out a lot of blood with blood clots, after 10 days I was clean, well in the postpartum period 33 days I was bleeding a lot more sampek 5 days after that it was clean again. And so on, I just came out brownish, but until now I still haven’t had an ultrasound because I’m afraid of curettage. Do I still have some left in my womb ???? Thank you doctor 🙏
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Abortion is often referred to as miscarriage, which is the decay of fetal tissue at less than 20 weeks' gestation. Miscarriages can be caused by various factors, namely genetic disorders, infections such as TORCH (toxoplasma, rubella, Citomegalovirus, herpes, and other types of diseases), trauma, etc.
Abortion can occur completely, incomplete, imminent, insipiens, missed abortion and habitual abortion. Complete abortion occurs when all fetal tissue comes out of the uterus, which is usually in the form of bleeding accompanied by a blood clot. This type of abortion often does not cause symptoms of abdominal pain and does not require curettage. While incomplete abortion occurs if as fetal tissue is still in the uterus, which will make the stomach feel sick and curettage is generally done.
Curette is a step to clean the uterus from the rest of the fetal tissue after a miscarriage or when pregnancy is indicated to be abnormal.
After abortion, a woman's body will begin to balance the condition of her hormones and the menstrual cycle will resume as before pregnancy occurred. Bleeding that comes out on the 33rd day after a miscarriage, can be a sign that the hormonal cycle has undergone regulation and menstruation begins again. Brownish spots occur naturally if found before and after menstruation, as well as due to the influence of the female hormonal cycle.
In addition, bleeding from the vagina can also be caused by infection, trauma, post sexual intercourse, cervical cancer ,. Etc
To find out the exact cause of the complaint you are experiencing, it is better if you do an examination with a gynecologist directly. Ultrasound examination can help evaluate the types of abnormalities that appear in the uterus.
In the previous history of miscarriage, your obstetrician must have known the type of miscarriage you are experiencing. No curettage from the start is a medical consideration from the doctor as the best therapy for your condition at that time. Therefore, it is very likely that your current complaint is not caused by residual fetal tissue that remains in the uterus, but only hormonal regulation that makes your menstrual cycle running again. So do not hesitate to check your condition to an obstetrician. Selection of treatment will be adjusted to the findings of abnormalities in your reproductive organs based on an ultrasound examination conducted.
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