Bleeding During 7 Weeks Of Pregnancy?
Hello, I am 7 weeks pregnant, after intercourse, but it doesn’t hurt, it’s not much like menstruation, is this dangerous
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Vaginal bleeding that comes out in women who are young pregnant (less than 20 weeks) may or may not be dangerous. Frequently, if bleeding occurs only once, with minimal volume, without severe complaints, such as abdominal pain, bleeding like lumps of flesh, weakness, fainting, fever, etc., this condition does not indicate a serious problem. Trauma around the reproductive organs, for example due to sexual intercourse, scratching, or excessive mobility can trigger this bleeding. It could also, this bleeding arises due to the process of implantation, which is implanted by fertilization into the uterine wall, which tears the blood vessels.
However, if you experience recurrent vaginal bleeding, many, and appear accompanied by other complaints as mentioned above, it could be that the condition you are experiencing needs further treatment from your doctor. Various possibilities can underlie this condition, for example miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, grape pregnancy, reproductive organ infections, myomas, and other benign or malignant tumors. If your condition is natural, you can check yourself directly to the doctor or obstetrician for further examination, such as ultrasound. That way, the doctor can certainly give you the best treatment.
The first steps you can do:
Do not have sex before the doctor declares safe. Get plenty of rest, raise your feet. Use pads to make it easier to control the amount of bleeding. Don't panic. Keep eating and drinking enough so that stamina is maintained. Hope it helps.