Causes Of Post-curettage Out Of Blood?
Hello, I am 20 years old, yesterday I was curetted and blood came out on D-day curette only, was it safe?
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Curette or D&C procedure is a medical procedure performed to clean certain tissues with certain indications in the uterus in the Obgyn field. This curette action can be done with the aim of:
1. a miscarriage that still has a remaining pregnancy that has not been decay
2. polyp cases
3. bleeding after delivery to clean up the remaining placenta
4. pregnancy wine
After the curette, patients can experience complaints in the form of bleeding, abdominal pain, and back pain. And complications that often occur can be infection, rupture or tear of the uterine wall, anemia, or continuous bleeding.
To determine the condition of the reproductive system after a curette, the patient should re-control the obstetrician who treats him so that the doctor can conduct interviews, physical examinations, and supporting examinations such as USG if necessary. The results of the examination will be a doctor's reference in providing care.
Regarding your question, after miscarriage and curette, you will likely experience a bleeding period called the puerperium. The puerperium will last several weeks depending on the gestational age during the womb, an average of 1-2 weeks. After the postpartum period, you should wait for the next menstrual cycle to plan your next pregnancy. And usually after the puerperium is finished, the peck test can be negative.
Therefore, restore your physical condition, evaluate the risks that cause you to have to do a curette, thus, in subsequent pregnancies, your pregnancy will go well without any complaints and risks that accompany.
However, again, you should consult with your doctor, especially if you feel disturbed by complaints of bleeding, the doctor will conduct an immediate evaluation of your reprosuction system and the presence or absence of complications at risk after the curette.
For now, getting enough rest, regular exercise will help restore your physical condition after the puerperium.
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