Bleeding Such As Menstruation And Light Brown Liquid After Curette?
good morning I want to ask last week I did a curette and after that bleeding came out like menstruation in 1 day after that came out a light brown liquid for 3 days and after that blood came out again with clots, is this normal after curette?
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Curettage or curettage is one of the medical actions performed by obstetricians with the aim of cleaning the uterus from improper tissue. This action is generally performed on those who experience empty pregnancy, wine pregnancy or incomplete miscarriage. If left unchecked, this condition can cause dangerous infections and inflammation, so it is important to carry out this procedure for each indicated patient. In addition to dealing with conditions, this procedure can be performed to diagnose certain conditions.
During the procedure, the patient will receive an anesthetic, because this procedure does cause pain. If the anesthetic is considered to have worked, then a special device will be inserted into the uterus to dredge the foreign tissue out.
Among the side effects that are commonly found after this action are mild pain in the abdomen, spots and mild bleeding that can occur for several days. This is because indeed when dredging, doctors can not distinguish which tissue should be taken and which are not. Some tissues are even firmly rooted with the original uterine tissue so that when dredged, the original tissue is taken up. This is what causes pain and bleeding. But this is still normal. In addition, your period may also not be regular for a while, but it will improve over time.
You should just check yourself back at the obstetrician if you have a fever, pain that is increasingly unbearable, bleeding that continues for more than a week, bleeding that is too heavy, weak and other complaints that interfere. Your doctor will carry out a thorough examination on you, including a history, physical examination and support to narrow the diagnosis and determine the best treatment.
Meanwhile, if there are no disturbing symptoms, there is no need to worry too much, avoid sexual intercourse first, consume drugs that are given regularly, and multiply the consumption of vegetables, fruits, and high-protein foods such as milk, eggs, cheese, yogurt, beef and seafood. So, hopefully answering your question.