Bleeding In The Vagina At A Young Gestational Age?
Hello, I have missed my period for 6 days, I have previously tested it and the results are positive, but why today I have blood clots and stomach cramps but disappear, what is the cause?
Some pregnant women experience complaints of bleeding from the vagina during early pregnancy. Normal bleeding is generally with a small volume (spots) and stops after 1-2 days. Causes of vaginal bleeding in early pregnancy include:
Implanted bleeding: due to the attachment process of fertilization in the uterine wall
Abortion (miscarriage): the process of ending the pregnancy before the age of 20 weeks. More and more blood comes out and can be accompanied by spending tissue, lower abdominal pain that is more severe
Ectopic pregnancy: fertilization results outside the cavity in the uterus
Mola pregnancy (pregnant with wine)
Pelvic inflammatory disease
Mothers who experience bleeding during young pregnancy should do the following:
Avoid sexual intercourse for a while
Observe bleeding that comes out, if you multiply immediately consult a doctor
We recommend that you check yourself directly to the obstetrician, if bleeding complaints arise> 3 days, the more blood comes out, the more severe abdominal pain. Investigations such as ultrasonography need to be done to diagnose (confirm) pregnancy or other abnormalities that may occur in your pregnancy. Thus the explanation from me, hopefully useful.