Brown Spots Come Out Sometimes Red During 3 Months Of Pregnancy?
AssalmualaikumDok I am 3 months pregnant. But I was bleeding for 4 days when I got brown blood, but also red …? Is this one of the first signs of miscarriage?
Hello, Hello Mrs. Galetza thank you for consulting us on HealthReplies.com. Spots during pregnancy is a complaint that often occurs, but that does not mean its appearance can be ignored. Some causes of spots during pregnancy are:
implantation bleeding: where the spots occur at the beginning of the trimester, which occurs due to the implantation process from fertilization that has occurred (attachment of the embryo to the uterine wall). infection of the vagina or cervix: infections that occur due to inflammation of the vaginal wall or cervix causing irritation. Infection that occurs can be caused by sexually transmitted diseases (gonorrhea, herpes, clamidia) or non-sexual (bacterial vaginosis, due to sexual intercourse, post-pelvic examination or cervix) uterine polyps: the presence of polyps that grow on the cervix can also cause the appearance of spots, usually due to high levels of the hormone estrogen during pregnancy placental abnormalities: placental disorders such as placenta previa, placental tears in the uterine wall, to the growth of the placenta that is too attached to the uterine muscle layer (placenta accreta) can also cause spots. Ectopic pregnancy: is a pregnancy that occurs outside the womb, where the fertilized egg does not stick to the uterus but grows elsewhere such as in the ovary (fallopian tubes), fallopian tubes (uterine and uterine ducts), cervix / cervix, or even in the abdominal cavity. Mola pregnancy / grape pregnancy: where the fertilized egg does not develop properly and the pregnancy sac is formed but the fetus does not develop in it. For your gestational age that has reached 3 months, the spots due to bleeding bleeding is not the cause, but because there are still many causes, it is very impossible to determine the cause without doing a direct examination on yourself. Therefore, we recommend that you make a direct visit to the obstetrician so that a complete examination can be performed. Possibly in addition to medical interviews and physical examinations, additional examinations are very likely to be carried out, such as an ultrasound examination, and also laboratory blood tests.
To reduce the risk of worsening spots, you should take a few simple steps at home such as:
get enough rest, especially naps limiting heavy physical activity. Adequate your daily fluid intake. Lift your legs when sitting or lying down. Avoid lifting heavy loads for a while. Although experiencing spots during pregnancy, but if other symptoms (dizziness, fainting, high fever, discharge) fluid from the vagina that is accompanied by tissue from the uterus) does not occur then tends not to be at risk in pregnancy, and can still undergo normal delivery but still you should still consult a gynecologist. Thus we can convey, hopefully the information from us can be useful for you. thanks.