Bleeding At 4 Weeks Gestation
Afternoon dock, on March 5 I tested it and the results showed line 2 I checked with the midwife I asked how many weeks I had contained? Midwife said it was 8 weeks On the 31st I experienced brown spots I immediately checked myself with USG, the doctor said the results of USG I was in the womb in 4 weeks and 6 days. The doctor gave me a drug utrogestant, folac, nexitra. The drug I had taken was discharged but it continued for 7 days and for 3 days, the spots turned into red blood. in these 3 days it’s getting bigger but I don’t feel symptoms like stomach cramps or other things like people who have miscarriages. Is my bleeding a miscarriage or is it just an implantation of egg attachment, doc?
Thank you for the question.
Excessive bleeding, clotted, large, and more than 2 days, is not typical to show normal implantation bleeding. More generally, bleeding like this refers to the threat of miscarriage (abortion imminens). Triggers of this condition can be many, ranging from fetal chromosomal abnormalities, infection or injury during pregnancy, chronic maternal disease that is not controlled, the mother's unhealthy lifestyle, the influence of drugs, and many other triggers that are often not known with certainty. If not handled properly, this condition can lead to a real miscarriage (abortion insipiens).
In addition to miscarriages, bleeding may also occur due to ectopic pregnancy, wine pregnancy, empty pregnancy, bleeding disorders, injury to the birth canal, benign or malignant tumors around the uterus, drug side effects, and so on.
To be clear, it seems you need to go back to your doctor or obstetrician. Through physical examination and ultrasound, doctors are often able to decide the best treatment that needs to be given, whether enough with drugs, surgery, or other therapeutic modalities.
In the meantime, you should not panic. Think positive and calm yourself first. Do not do heavy physical activity, do not have sex, and get plenty of rest. Use pads to measure how much bleeding you are experiencing. Do not forget, drink enough, eat a variety of nutritious foods, and avoid unhealthy living habits.
Hope this helps ...