Bleeding During 3 Months Of Pregnancy Accompanied By Lower Abdominal Pain?
Hello, I have been pregnant for three months, but I have experienced a lump in the liver like a liver and it hurts / and pain in the lower abdomen has happened twice.
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bleeding during the first three months of pregnancy (young pregnancy), should be examined further. There are two possibilities that occur, first in the form of spots or blood droplets that appear on underwear. Second, bleeding that has more flow and requires sanitary napkins so as not to wet the underwear.
A common cause of bleeding during early pregnancy is the process of attaching a fertilized egg to the uterine wall, known as implantation bleeding. This is seen as spotting of blood or mild bleeding for several hours or days, but not during and as much as menstruation. Another cause is irritation due to friction during intercourse, infection, or hormonal changes.
Bleeding during young pregnancy can also be caused by other risk factors including:
A miscarriage is a condition of the death of the fetus when the gestational age is under 20 weeks. The discharge of blood from the vagina is one of the signs of miscarriage. The main characteristics of miscarriage are the discharge of blood from the vagina during young pregnancy, both in the form of patches or flow. These symptoms can be accompanied by abdominal pain or cramps, and lower back pain. In addition to blood, thick fluid or lumps of tissue can also come out.
Ectopic pregnancy is pregnancy outside the womb or uterus. This condition causes bleeding from the vagina and severe pain in the pelvis or lower abdomen.
You should immediately consult an obstetrician considering this has happened twice so the doctor can do a direct examination and make an assessment of your complaints and an ultrasound examination will be carried out to find out more certain. so that doctors can handle appropriately such as administration of obstetric boosters or just observations and if necessary surgery will be carried out.
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