Blood Clots When Pregnant Young?
I want to ask. I am positively pregnant. I experienced spots since 2 weeks ago. When the first ultrasound was 7 weeks old, only the fetal sac was seen. And on September 14 the age of 8 weeks 5 days the fetus was visible, his heart was also beating but that caused me to continue to blemish when an ultrasound appeared to be a blood clot near my pregnancy sac. I am now still blackish brown spots only 1 strip or 1 2 points, not to use pads. I was given the medicine to strengthen the uterus until the age of the womb is said to be safe, which is 16 weeks. I did not feel stomach cramps or severe stomach pain. How to get rid of blood clots? Will the lump harm my fetus? And what do you think blood clots are? Are they twins or cysts? Thank you doctor. Please explain
Hello Novi, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
The blood clots present on your ultrasound result can be caused by several possible conditions such as the threat of miscarriage, fetal sac weakness, or bleeding from the uterine lining. To be sure, it is highly recommended to ask your obstetrician further, especially to ensure that this blood clot is not caused by conditions that threaten your pregnancy.
Regarding how to get rid of the clot itself depends on the cause, for now use the medicines given by your doctor in accordance with the recommendations because these clots are suspected to be caused by one of the conditions that are sufficient to threaten the continuity of your pregnancy.
For cysts, it is still possible to cause it, but it must be seen again using an ultrasound to ascertain whether the picture of this clot refers to the picture of the cyst or not. As for twins, this is quite impossible because of its location outside the fetal sac.
I hope this helps.