Bleeding While Pregnant At 8 Weeks?
Hello, I want to ask if I have been pregnant for 8 weeks and in the last 2 days, how come I have brown blood like the beginning of menses, brown will take a long time to become blood red but while not yet red, and that’s on my usual date of menstruation every month, I have checked it to midwife and he said it was because he was tired, but I was afraid if there was something more serious, I already tested it again and the results were still positive, what do doctors think happened to me ??? Did I have a miscarriage ??
Hello Vitta, Thank you for your question on HealthReplies.com
In general, bleeding does not occur when you are pregnant, but if there is bleeding from the birth canal or vagina when you are pregnant at a young age, or the first trimester is likely a lot, the first possibility is the possibility of fetal implantation bleeding into the uterine lining from the vagina is a patch of pink blood, and to a lesser extent. However, the discharge of blood from the vagina during early pregnancy, there can also be other possibilities, namely:
Miscarriage or abortion Hormonal disturbances Fatigue factors Stress factors Irritation after sexual intercourse Uterine infections Pregnancy outside the womb or ectopic pregnancy Grape pregnancy Bleeding in pregnancy, although not all of it is dangerous, should still be watched out for, therefore you should check with your obstetrician so that a direct examination is carried out, to determine the cause the doctor will perform a physical examination, supporting examinations such as blood tests, urine tests, and abdominal or transvaginal ultrasound examinations or through the vagina using a small camera that is inserted into the vaginal opening. And immediately contact the doctor if there is heavy bleeding, accompanied by severe abdominal pain or cramps and clots out of the birth canal.
Some of the things you can do at home are:
Rest by lying down or total bedrest Avoid sexual intercourse Avoid excessive stress or anxiety Thank you, hopefully useful. Dr. Nurmarwiyah