Black Bleeding At 7 Weeks Pregnant?
I am bleeding. I am only 7 weeks old. Not too much but discharge a bit Black not too much
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Bleeding in early pregnancy is a condition that must be considered. The cause can be due to the attachment of the egg to the uterine wall (usually in the form of spotting / light bleeding for several hours / day), after intercourse, hormonal changes, or infection. Causes that cannot be underestimated include miscarriage, pregnancy, or ectopic pregnancy. Identify what the bleeding looks like (color, thickness, amount) and whether there are other accompanying symptoms. The following are signs that the bleeding is dangerous:
1. Bleeding profusely and frequently.
2. Bleeding accompanied by the discharge of tissues. Do not remove the tissue so that it can be shown at the doctor's examination.
3. Accompanied by symptoms: abdominal pain, fever, vaginal discharge, weakness, dizziness, fainting.
If you experience the symptoms above, you should immediately go to the hospital for examination. The doctor will perform a physical examination, especially on the abdomen and genitals. In addition, if necessary, supporting examinations such as ultrasound and complete blood tests will be carried out.
When experiencing bleeding, you should immediately rest (lie down), do not walk a lot, and do not move much. Avoid sexual intercourse while bleeding is taking place. Adequate fluid and nutritional needs (including taking pregnancy supplements given during control) to avoid dehydration, anemia, or other worsening.
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