Cramps In Young Pregnancy Aged 3-4 Months?
Tonight want to ask my wife just experienced spots at the age of 3 months’ womb and I have consulted the obstetrician and did an ultrasound (according to the fetus doctor is healthy) said the doctor complete rest, my wife had cramps every day at dusk. Pa was dangerous for the womb and how to reduce the feeling of cramps
Hello, thanks for the question.
Bleeding in young pregnancies, especially less than 20 weeks of age, all types of bleeding coming out through the vagina must be aware of, because in some cases can be dangerous and can cause side effects on the mother and fetus. Spots or bleeding in young pregnancy can also indicate a condition that is not dangerous, this is usually caused by the process of attaching sperm-fertilized eggs to the uterine wall, due to irritation after sexual intercourse, due to infection, or due to hormonal changes. Bleeding that occurs is usually only in the form of spots or mild blood spots for several hours or days. This condition is more common in very early pregnancies. Other causes of bleeding that are pathological or abnormal, especially bleeding that occurs a lot, similar to menstrual blood, can be suspected of an abnormality, such as miscarriage, wine pregnancy, or ectopic pregnancy. In addition, complaints of spots can also be accompanied by the emergence of cramps in the stomach, this is due to the uterus that is contracting. In these conditions it is required for bedrest or complete rest for several days, at least until bleeding stops. The doctor will also usually give medicines that contain hormones to strengthen the uterus and medications to reduce uterine / uterine contractions. The aim is to maintain the fetus in the womb so that miscarriage does not occur. If after taking the drug, complaints are still felt or increasingly burdensome, you should consult your obstetrician again, the doctor will do a direct examination and additional examinations such as USG. Handling will be adjusted to the clinical condition of the patient. It is better to do bedrest or bed rest for several days until the bleeding stops, avoid sexual intercourse, pay attention to the amount and characteristics of bleeding, increase fluid consumption, eat healthy and nutritious foods, and avoid smoking, stress, and alcohol.
Thus, hopefully it helps.