Causes Of Enlarged Stomach After Miscarriage?
,rnSorry I want to ask..rnI had a miscarriage in October, and until now I haven’t had my period..rnAt first there wasn’t anything strange..rnBut here, my stomach started to grow bigger. , then I feel like something is moving in my stomach, but in the lower abdomen..rnWhat are the signs, am I pregnant or have other diseases?rnBecause I still feel traumatized to see a doctor.. rnSo please help..
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. First of all, we are sorry for the miscarriage you have experienced. Depending on the cause of the miscarriage, this can indeed affect your hormonal balance and for some people, it may take a long time for it to return to normal. For example, miscarriage after pregnant with grapes, levels of the hormone hCG in the body on average only returned to normal after 12 months later. But of course not all miscarriages result in prolonged changes in menstrual patterns.
In your case, irregular periods could be caused by other things that happened close to the time of your miscarriage, such as the appearance of cysts, stress, irregular diet or excessive weight. Regarding an enlarged stomach, as long as you don't have sex then you can't get pregnant, as well as the sensation of something moving in your stomach it can be a form of muscle contraction such as twitching or even both are a series of feelings that arise in you as a result of feelings of trauma, fear. and sad when you miscarried a while ago. Part of your subconscious that is still not letting go of this condition can give rise to the illusion of an enlarged belly that represents pregnancy and the feeling of something moving which represents the presence of a living creature in your stomach. Of course, this can be possible if the enlargement of your stomach is only felt by you and the changes in its size are not visible to those around you.
However, all of that will be much simpler and can be proven if you do an examination to the doctor. The doctor will do an ultrasound or other investigations to make sure that there is no serious condition in you. When it has been proven through imaging technology that there is nothing wrong with you and you still feel that way. So don't be shy, afraid or hesitant to consult your problem with a psychiatrist. Now is not the time to be afraid of ridicule or the prestige of going to a psychiatrist. Even if you just share your impressions, it will relieve you a bit. The sooner you get yourself checked, the better, because the sooner you will understand the condition that is happening to you. I hope you and your family are always healthy.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa