Check That The Woman Has Been Pregnant Or Miscarried?
Doctor. There is not any examination or physical or non-physical to prove that a woman has ever been pregnant and has had an abortion. thank you
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In general, there is no definitive test that can distinguish pregnant women who have had an abortion from women who have never been pregnant at all. However, the following changes can be observed in some cases:
The vagina of women who are still virgin generally has a vagina that is tighter and tighter than those who have been pregnant and given birth (despite miscarriage). In addition, women who are still virgins will generally feel pain around the vagina which is quite intense during sexual intercourse compared to those who have been pregnant before. Hymen (hymen) women who have been pregnant are often no longer intact because they have experienced penetration by the penis.
Changes in the cervical portio (the opening of the cervix facing the vaginal canal)
The cervical portion of a virgin woman will be round in shape and very small in diameter. Meanwhile, in women who have given birth, the openings become larger and irregular.
Changes to the uterus
One of the complications that may occur after an abortion that is performed without a clear medical indication by a medical professional is infection and bleeding in the uterus. This condition can continue with the formation of scar tissue on the uterine wall. This scar tissue can be seen through an ultrasound examination.
Mothers who have been pregnant and have given birth tend to have more difficulty controlling the urge to urinate due to weakened pelvic walls
However, as mentioned above, the conditions above cannot be used as a definite benchmark in determining whether a woman has ever been pregnant and has an abortion or not. For example, the condition of the vagina that is loose and no longer tight after pregnancy and childbirth can be overcome by routine Kegel exercises. In addition, not all women who have a history of pregnancy and childbirth will experience uterine complications as mentioned above.
Therefore, the only way that can distinguish this is to explore the honesty of the woman herself.
That's all for our explanation. For more details, please consult directly with an obstetrician.
Vagina changes after childbirth
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah