Danger Of Miscarriage Without Curettage?
night, sorry to disturb the night * ,, I want to betanya I had a miscarriage in 21052019 then but since my fetus came out I only experienced a lot of bleeding for 2 days after that the blood that comes out is only a few spots sometimes, but today some blood out quite a lot even a day can change 2/3 times, is that still normal or is it really dangerous ???? Because I don’t do curette
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The bleeding that you are experiencing can be related but may not be related to the history of miscarriage, and this cannot be ascertained without direct examination. Possibly, other causes of the condition could be due to hormonal imbalances, the presence of endometrial cysts in the uterus, side effects of drugs or side effects of hormonal contraception, and bad lifestyle.
Our advice, you should check your condition at the obstetrician, because to find out whether there is still tissue left or not in your uterus, it needs to be done direct examination. Your obstetrician will also do a history and other physical examination to assess whether this is really caused by a miscarriage or because of another medical condition, because if it is due to a miscarriage, it shouldn't take a long time. And if your doctor at that time decides there is no need for a curette, it's usually because the miscarriage is complete or there is no tissue left. However, the point is that a direct examination must be carried out and the handling that you will receive later depends on the results of the inspection.
Meanwhile, do not need to worry too much, avoid intercourse first, keep the genitals clean, if the stomach feels painful, compress with warm compresses and may take over-the-counter pain and anti-inflammatory drugs by reading the rules of use first, and if there are conditions which you think is dangerous, such as pain that is increasingly unbearable, blood that comes out more and more out of control and a lot, or you have a fever and become weak, do not hesitate to immediately check yourself at the nearest hospital emergency room. So, hopefully answering your question.