Dangers Of Rubella In Pregnant Women?
Good night..I’m July ,. I want to ask .. at the beginning of March I was stated positively pregnant, only 2 weeks before I had high fever 2 days and a whole body rash for + 1 week .. after 2 weeks later I was late for my period and testpack and positive .. the question. Is it true that rubella or roseola disease? Please explain … dangerous not to my womb
The emergence of a rash all over the body after a fever can indeed be caused by rubella (German measles) or roseola (exanthema subitum), however there are other conditions that can cause these complaints so that the complaints you may experience are not caused by rubella or roseola, but the following conditions:
Allergic reactions Skin irritation or skin infections by bacteria, fungi or viruses Measles Side effects of the drug Rubella and measles are conditions that can be very dangerous for pregnancy so you should check yourself directly to the doctor to ascertain the conditions that cause your complaints so that the right handling steps can be taken .
The doctor will ask for a history of complaints, conduct a physical examination and supporting examinations if deemed necessary. Investigations that can be recommended by doctors are blood, ultrasound, serology and TORCH. Do the examination if it is recommended by a doctor because the examination is very important to ensure your condition.
If indeed your complaint is caused by rubella then your doctor will carefully evaluate your pregnancy condition, prescribe symptomatic medicines and encourage you to rest.
The following recommendations for you:
Manage stress wisely Consumption of healthy balanced nutritious food Enough rest Perform pregnancy control according to doctor's advice or if there are complaints Following articles related to your question:
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