Bleeding, Severe Stomach Pain, Back Pain And Fever And There Are Lumps In The Uterus?
I want to ask, my wife had a miscarriage about 2 years ago, but now symptoms such as bleeding, severe abdominal pain, back pain, fever, after a lump in the X-ray have some kind of lump but have disappeared when given medicine whether it is tissue residual fetus , and can I do a curette?
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Need to be clarified, after a miscarriage, your wife has seen a doctor? Does his current complaint continue since he miscarried, or has it only recently arisen? Where exactly do you mean bump? Didn't the doctor explain to you how to treat the lump?
Miscarriages can occur spontaneously or be induced. After having a miscarriage, some women may not need any treatment because the uterine tissue has come out completely so that they no longer cause complaints. However, in some conditions, it may be that there is a portion of the remaining fetal tissue or placenta (placenta) which is still left in the uterus so it needs to be treated with special medication or curettage. The existence of the remaining tissue left in the uterus can make a woman experience severe bleeding after a miscarriage, coupled with abdominal cramps, can also spread to the waist, genitals, and surrounding organs. If the remaining tissue in the uterus is infected, the sufferer can also experience fever, chills, and other symptoms of serious illness. This complaint will continue continuously since miscarriage. So, not only appeared in a long time after a miscarriage.
There are many types of lumps that can appear in the area around the uterus, for example due to polyps, cysts, cancer, and so on. It could also be a lump that the doctor intended came from another part of the body (besides the uterus). The very limited information you provide relating to the characteristics of the lump makes it difficult for us to identify exactly what causes the lump, and whether this lump is related to complaints that your wife is experiencing at this time.
Bleeding, abdominal and low back pain, and fever that your wife has experienced, in addition to being associated with miscarriages she had before, may also arise due to other causes, such as pelvic inflammation, myoma, endometriosis, pregnancy disorders (such as miscarriage), viral or bacterial infections ( including urinary tract infections), bladder cancer, urinary tract stones, hormonal balance disorders, cancer of the reproductive organs, and so on.
You should check the condition of your wife directly to the doctor to further evaluate the possible causes. If there is a disruption in your wife's uterus, your doctor may refer her to an obstetrician for an ultrasound, laboratory test, biopsy, or other examination to detect the cause of the complaint. Or, it could be, the doctor refers your wife to another specialist according to the suspicion that causes the complaint. Not always complaints as your wife will experience with curette.
Now, so that your wife's complaints improve, tell her to do the following tips:
Compress the painful stomach and waist with warm water
Take paracetamol so that pain and fever are reduced
Limit sexual relations first if there is still a significant amount of bleeding from the birth canal
Don't use too much activity
Eat and drink healthy and rich in antioxidants
Don't smoke or consume alcohol
Do not consume other drugs carelessly
Hope this helps ...