Blood Clots Come Out After A Positive Testpack?
I’m a 22-year-old woman … r nI have a 5-month-old daughter, when I gave birth to normal … r nAfter finishing the following childbirth month I had menstruation and routinely until 2 months ago I stopped mens … r nThen I check using a positive testpack, repeatedly I always check positive … r n r nBut I had a very bad stomach ache then I showered out of the blood like a cushion of flesh richly after birth. That …. r nDo I go to a drop huh ??? r nThe thing is I can’t walk to the hospital to check
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Need to be clear, do you use postpartum contraception?
After giving birth, precisely after the puerperium, women can immediately return to fertility. Therefore, to minimize the risk of distance between pregnancies that are too close, it is strongly recommended to use contraception. There are various types of contraception available, including those that are safe to use by nursing mothers, for example mini-pills, 3-month injection birth control, implant birth control, or an IUD. Other contraceptives, such as condoms and diaphragms, can also be used as an easier alternative without consulting your doctor first. If you do not use contraception at all, and you often have sexual relations with internal ejaculation, obviously you have the potential to become pregnant. This is what might cause your testpack to be positive.
In rare conditions, it can also be a positive testpack result in women who are not pregnant, for example due to improper testpack procedures, pregnancy outside the uterus (ectopic pregnancy), empty pregnancy (blighted ovum), or urine contaminated by bacteria and drugs.
Abdominal pain accompanied by a blood clot that resembles flesh from the birth canal as you experience it could indicate a miscarriage (abortion insipiens). It could also, this condition occurs due to the threat of miscarriage (abortion imminens) which does not always lead to an actual miscarriage. In addition, this condition may also arise due to regular menstruation, for example if you are in fact not really pregnant.
Our advice, ask for help on a partner or people around you to check yourself to the doctor or obstetrician. Further tests are needed, such as blood tests or ultrasound to determine the exact cause of your complaint. It is feared, the amount of bleeding you experience can cause you to experience anemia, even shock (shock) that can be life threatening. In the meantime, you should rest more and do not overact. Drink and eat enough, do not panic, and do not also have sexual relations before the bleeding that you experience stops and the doctor says it is safe to do so.
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