Blood Spots Outside The Menstrual Schedule?
Good evening, I want to ask … one month I am currently undergoing a pregnancy program, from the obstetrician I went to the ultrasound and the result was good, my uterus was given vitamin Santa E and Folavit. Santa E is recommended to be drunk by my husband and I, and for folavit for myself. The doctor also provides a schedule for HB. On the day of ovulation, I had light brown blood spots during the day, then on the 10th day after ovulation I found quite a lot of blood spots on my underwear, fresh red … is the blood normal? Please explain, my menstrual schedule is today on the 27th and only dark brown spots have come out so far … thank you, sorry, it’s too long
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Need to clarify, how was your previous menstrual pattern history? Is it always regular every month?
Some women have regular menstrual cycles, but many don't. The discharge of spots and bleeding outside the menstrual cycle can be a natural thing, for example due to the effects of fatigue in activities, psychological stress, or side effects of drugs. It could also be that these spots and bleeding occur due to the implantation process, which is the implantation of the fertilization in the uterine wall, which often causes minimal tearing of the blood vessels in the uterus. In general, bleeding that is short in duration and light in intensity is not dangerous.
If you have undergone an examination by a gynecologist, and it is stated that you do not have any abnormalities in your reproductive organs, then you really don't need to worry. You can overcome the bleeding first with the following efforts:
Get regular rest
Exercise diligently, 2 to 3 times a week
Stay away from stress
Maintain a diet that is always healthy and nutritionally balanced
Stay away from alcohol, cigarettes and illegal drugs
Do the steps above consistently while continuing to take the supplements that the doctor gave you to make your pregnancy program successful. However, if later you experience a lot of spots again, lumpy, or maybe accompanied by abdominal and pubic pain that is very intense, then we recommend that you go back to the obstetrician. Through a physical evaluation or also assisted by an ultrasound examination, the general practitioner can identify whether this bleeding is still a normal condition due to the effects of the things as mentioned above, or it may also occur as a result of an injury to the reproductive organs or a pregnancy disorder, such as a miscarriage ( abortion), ectopic pregnancy (pregnancy outside the womb), wine pregnancy (growth of fluid-filled sacs that fill the uterus), empty pregnancy (blighted ovum), and so on.
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah