Black Blood Clots Come Out When Young Pregnant?
I was 1 month pregnant yesterday, but last week I was bleeding and had a black blood clot. The bleeding is only 1 week. Am I having a miscarriage?
Have you seen your obstetrician after the bleeding? Bleeding during pregnancy should be watched as a threat to miscarriage until it is proven that there is no miscarriage from a doctor's examination. Miscarriage is the release of the conception from the birth canal at less than 20 weeks' gestation or if the fetus weighs less than 500 grams.
Symptoms of miscarriage include bleeding accompanied by abdominal pain and tissue loss. The tissue can come out already in the form of a fetus, blood clots like chicken liver, or like raw meat. Management of miscarriage depends on the condition of the pregnant woman and her fetus, if it can still be maintained the doctor will provide reinforcing drugs, whereas if a miscarriage has occurred the doctor will ensure the condition of the uterus first and if there is still residual tissue in the uterus, the doctor can provide drugs until the action curette to clean the uterus from the rest of the tissue.
But other than due to miscarriage, bleeding during pregnancy can also be caused by several other conditions such as problems in pregnancy (wine pregnancy, pregnancy outside the uterus, blighted ovum / empty pregnancy), fatigue, hormonal disorders, post-related bleeding, vaginal infections and inflammation cervix.
If you have not checked yourself, I strongly recommend that you see a gynecologist and try not to delay pregnancy control. The doctor will do a physical examination and ultrasound and blood tests if necessary to see the condition of your uterus and fetus and then then provide the most appropriate treatment for you.
While waiting to see a doctor, you should get enough rest, bedrest if necessary, do not lift heavy objects, avoid strenuous activities, and postpone intercourse until an obstetrician is allowed.
Hope it helps you,