Bleeding After Miscarriage For More Than 40 Days?
AlodokterI abis miscarriage with a gestational age of about 4 weeks. Check with your doctor and get all the ultrasound out unnecessary in the neck. I was given folic acid medicine. This miscarriage bleeding was asked to the doctor who examined it, it happened for 2 weeks. But the reality of the doctor more than 2 weeks. Then I asked my friend the midwife to see for 4 weeks if it stopped, meaning that all menstruation. Incidentally my menstrual cycle around the 27th or 28th. After 4 weeks it did not stop bleeding until 40 days. I checked with the doctor and ultrasound, apparently there is no remaining miscarriage left. He said it’s clean. Then I was given Norelut medicine. The bleeding stopped for 1 day. 1 day after the bleeding came again after I did a walk that is quite far. Why is that a doctor?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Bleeding that you experience, if indeed there is no residual tissue left in the uterus, the possibility of more irregular menstrual cycles. This irregular menstrual cycle can take the form of a rarer, more frequent, less blood volume or more menstrual cycle. The triggers for this condition can vary, including:
Physical defeat and lack of sleep
Stress, a lot of mental pressure
Smoking both active and passive
Overweight or underweight
Imbalance of thyroid hormone
Female hormonal imbalance
And other possibilities depend on the results of the examination. Therefore, your steps so far by going to a gynecologist is actually quite right. If you have been given medicine, what you need to do next is to take medication regularly as recommended. If later the medicine runs out but your complaint does not improve, return to the same doctor for evaluation and control of your clinical condition. Later the doctor will increase the dose of the drug, increase the type of drug, change or stop it depending on the results of the examination.
Meanwhile, support also by living a healthy lifestyle, namely by avoiding smoking, adequate rest, regular exercise according to ability, multiply the consumption of meat, vegetables and fruit, and manage stress well. So, hopefully answering your question.