Clotted Blood Accompanied By Abdominal Pain, Dizziness And Vomiting During Pregnancy?
I want to ask, this is my friend who is pregnant, then suddenly she is bleeding every day, the blood is irritating, it keeps coming out a lot of nights, her stomach hurts, she is dizzy, then she eats right away, she has less appetite, that’s why, please help my friend yes.
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Bleeding discharge during pregnancy can be a mild condition but it can also be dangerous. Need to clarify beforehand, how many weeks exactly is your colleague's pregnancy at this time?
Heavy bleeding and clots accompanied by abdominal pain during pregnancy should be examined directly by a gynecologist. In most cases, if the gestational age is less than 20 weeks, this condition can indicate a miscarriage (abortion).
Miscarriage itself, is the end of pregnancy before 20 weeks of age or before the fetus weighs 500 grams. Based on the mechanism of occurrence, miscarriages are classified into 3, namely the threat of miscarriage (imminent abortion), where the pregnancy may still be maintained, ongoing miscarriage (abortion incipiens), and miscarriage that still leaves tissue in the uterus (incomplete abortion) where the pregnancy is not may again be maintained. This miscarriage can occur due to problems in the mother (for example, too old age, having an infection, uncontrolled hypertension, uncontrolled diabetes, unhealthy lifestyle, or taking certain drugs) or problems in the fetus (for example having genetic disorders). As a result of heavy bleeding during a miscarriage, the mother can experience weakness, dizziness, decreased appetite, and various other complaints.
It could also be a lot of bleeding, accompanied by various complaints that your colleague is experiencing due to other factors, including:
Ectopic pregnancy (pregnancy outside the uterus) Grape pregnancy (wine pregnancy) Placenta previa (the placenta is located near or covering the birth canal) Placental abruption (the placenta regardless of its attachment to the uterine wall) Infection or irritation of the reproductive organs, etc. the limited information provided, you should immediately ask your colleague to have her pregnancy checked by an obstetrician for further evaluation and treatment, including through ultrasound. If it is true that a miscarriage has been experienced, then treatment can later be done by administering drugs, curettes, and several other therapeutic modalities.
In the meantime, try to calm your colleagues so they don't panic. Ask him to eat and drink a lot. Apply warm water to the sore abdomen to make it feel more comfortable. Limit strenuous activities first, try bed rest. Do not forget, do not first have sexual intercourse if it has not been allowed by an obstetrician.
Hope this helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah