Bleeding After A Miscarriage Does Not End?
, want to ask .. my wife had a miscarriage at the age of 5 weeks, bleeding to 40 days how come it’s not finished because of what?
Thank you for the question.
Previously, we convey your condolences for the events that your wife experienced. May your patience be rewarded by God with abundant blessings in the future. Aamiin
Post-miscarriage, heavy bleeding will generally last for 1 to 2 weeks. Furthermore, along with the cleansing of the pregnancy tissue from the uterus, bleeding will gradually decrease, replaced by a yellowish mucous discharge and vaginal discharge without leaving a meaningful complaint.
The heavy bleeding on the 40th day after a miscarriage may indicate that there is still residual tissue in your wife's womb. It could also, prolonged bleeding indicates your wife has problems with the process of blood clotting, for example due to hemophilia, vitamin K deficiency, idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura, leukemia, and so on. Although it could also, the actual bleeding that your wife is experiencing right now is normal because the new menstrual cycle has begun.
This condition should not be underestimated. Because, prolonged bleeding can make your wife fall into anemic condition, even shock is very deadly.
Check your wife IMMEDIATELY to your doctor or obstetrician so that her condition can be evaluated more deeply, for example with an ultrasound examination, laboratory, and so on. In this way, the doctor can certainly determine the best treatment, is it enough to administer drugs, curettage, or maybe other medical measures are needed.
In the meantime, ask your wife to rest more, do not overdo physical activity. Do not also have sex that involves vaginal penetration, unless the doctor has stated it is safe for you to do so. Remind your wife to eat more foods rich in vitamin K (such as red meat, spinach, broccoli, nuts, beets, dragon fruit) and drink enough. Do not carelessly give your wife any medicines, supplements or herbs without consulting a doctor first.
Hope this helps ...