Bleeding During 8 Months Of Pregnancy Accompanied By Myoma?
I was about 8 weeks pregnant, I was pregnant with myoma at 5 cm ultrasound, then before I knew there was a myoma about a week more bleeding continued until now, what is dangerous for my fetus? Then why do I keep bleeding?
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Myoma is a benign tumor that grows on the lining of the uterus, the myoma during pregnancy is generally formed before pregnancy and only discovered during an ultrasound examination during pregnancy.
Symptoms that can be caused by the presence of a myoma during pregnancy can vary, ranging from no symptoms to certain symptoms that are influenced by the size, location, and number of myomas. Symptoms that can arise include:
Menstrual period is more than a week
Feeling pressure or pain in the pelvic cavity
Severe menstrual bleeding
Myoma can grow inside the uterine wall, protruding into the uterine cavity, or to the outside of the uterus. Some women with myoma during pregnancy, can experience pregnancy complications such as abdominal pain or mild bleeding from the vagina, but rarely affect the condition of the fetus, except in severe cases. Under certain conditions, myoma during pregnancy can increase the risk of miscarriage and premature labor. In addition, the myoma during pregnancy can cause an abnormal position during labor or close the birth canal, so it is possible to have a Caesarean section.
In the meantime what you can do include:
Do stress management
Sleep and rest enough
Maintain a healthy and regular diet
Perform routine control with your obstetrician
If your complaint does not improve or you are worried you should check with your obstetrician who previously treated you to get an evaluation related to your condition
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