Bleeding Due To Miscarriage?
Two months ago I had a miscarriage in the first trimester, after 2 weeks, I had a fall which caused my bleeding to stop. A few days after the slip, my bleeding came back with a big clot and quite a lot of blood. And until now I still experience the following problem, Is my bleeding worse after experiencing the slip?
Thank you for the question.
Bleeding due to miscarriage can last for a short time, but can also be prolonged. Frequently, if the entire pregnancy tissue immediately decays during miscarriage (complete abortion), then the bleeding will only last for 1-2 weeks. Conversely, if there is still tissue left in the uterus (incomplete abortion), then the bleeding can last longer. Injuries in the area around the uterus (including when you fall as you have experienced before), stress, fatigue, blood clotting disorders, lack of nutrition, tear in the birth canal, benign or malignant tumors around the reproductive organs, so that other illnesses can also make post bleeding miscarriage lasts longer.
Our advice, if bleeding is still out very much in the time more than 2 weeks after miscarriage, check yourself back to the doctor or obstetrician. Worried, because of this prolonged bleeding you run the risk of anemia, even shock can be very deadly. By checking directly to the doctor, of course your condition can get better faster.
In the meantime, try to multiply your rest first, do not have sexual relations while bleeding is still happening, eat lots of foods rich in vitamin K (such as red meat, beans, fortified cereals), improve the cleanliness of your sex organs, drink at least 2-3 liters of water a day, and avoid carelessly taking medicine or herbs without consulting a doctor first.
Hope this helps ...