Dark Brown Liquid Comes Out After Menstruation More Than 2 Weeks Late?
Tonight, I am 25 years old and have been married almost 10 months on November 14th. During this time I never missed my period, then last September I menstruated, which usually arrived only 3-4 days, even in September until 7 days, but it was not a lot like that. 7 yesterday I released a liquid which was brown but young and not long, it was dark dark, my stomach was painful but only briefly. Whereas today, November 8th, I have eaten a lot of dark colors, and for a long time, it turned dark reddish, but not very much, just a little. Even though I was 19 days late. Why me?
Good morning, thanks for the question
History of late menstruation accompanied by a number of bleeding from the birth canal is thought to be the possibility of miscarriage or abortion.
Abortion is the threat or release of the results of conception before the fetus can live outside the womb, and as a limit used pregnancy of less than 20 weeks or fetal weight of less than 500 grams.
Type and degree of abortion:
1. Imminent abortion is an abortion at the beginning, where there is bleeding from the birth canal but the uterus is still closed and the conception is still good in the womb. Symptoms include a history of late menstruation with a B HCG (+) result with a gestational age below 20 weeks, vaginal bleeding that is not too much, brownish and mixed with mucus, not accompanied by pain or cramps.
2. Abortion insipiens is a threatening abortion where the cervix has flattened and opened, but the result of conception is still in the womb. Symptoms such as increased bleeding, fresh red accompanied by mild stomach pain.
3. incomplete abortion is part of the conception has come out of the uterus, but some are still left behind. Symptoms include active bleeding, severe abdominal pain such as contractions during labor, and partial expulsion from the conception.
4. Complete abortion is the entire conception has come out of the uterus in pregnancy less than 20 weeks. Symptoms such as slight bleeding, abdominal pain or mild cramps, expulsion of the entire conception.
Causative factors can originate from the mother (infectious disease, hormonal, uterine disorders, nutritional disorders, history of trauma, etc.), fetal factors (chromosomal abnormalities), or father's factors (sperm disorders).
The diagnosis is made on the basis of symptoms, physical examination such as B HCG, and other supports such as USG. Treatment depends on the degree of abortion, pregnancy can be maintained in cases that threaten and evacuate the rest of the conception in incomplete cases.
You can do a pregnancy test pack to find out if you are pregnant or not. Then do an immediate consultation with an obstetrician to evaluate your current condition and plan for further treatment.
Thus, hopefully can help