Curettage And Cervical Opening Procedures?
Why does the opening take so long until four bottles have not been opened yet. Why. Thank you so much
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Dilation and curettage are procedures to remove certain tissues in the uterus. This tissue can be anything, including a dead fetus, placenta, pregnancy wine or pregnancy empty.
Before performing the curettage procedure, usually the patient will undergo a dilatation procedure or widen the cervix to facilitate curettage. This is indeed not done instantly, under normal conditions, it takes several hours, even up to about 1 day before someone is declared able to undergo curettage. This is because the conditions of pregnancy and clinical conditions are different for each person.
So in your case, if 1.5-2 days have passed but the curettage procedure has not yet been carried out, you should ask your doctor about whether there are abnormalities or the like from the results of the examination. I hope you and your family are always healthy.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa