Does It Still Need To Be Cured If A Miscarriage But No Blood Clots Come Out?
good night, 2 weeks ago I experienced a period that was late and the results were positive, I checked the doctor stating that I was late 4 days, in the afternoon I was bleeding like menstruation, but I still positive respect, and when I BK there was a lump that would come out but came in again, I checked again and was told to get an ultrasound and he said I had a miscarriage, he said the lump would be able to come out by itself, but it hasn’t been out for 1 week, this is dangerous, right? can come out, thanks
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Menstruation is late one of which can indeed be caused by pregnancy. When there is fertilization of the egg by sperm cells, your body will produce several types of hormones that have the task of increasing the proliferation of the uterine wall and preventing its decay so that it is ready to be planted by the fertilized fetus. This is what makes you then do not experience menstruation. This pregnancy can be confirmed by an objective examination, for example a testpack or ultrasound to the doctor.
The discharge of blood resembles menstruation, especially with a lumpy texture, it could indeed indicate a miscarriage. This miscarriage can be many possible triggers, for example due to fetal chromosome abnormalities formed, maternal hormonal disorders, maternal lifestyle that is less healthy (eg smoking, using drugs, consuming alcohol), lack of nutrition, maternal age too young or too old, radiation exposure or other poisons, mechanical injuries to the mother, and so on.
Bleeding that comes out in women who miscarry can certainly vary in intensity, also influenced by gestational age at the time of the miscarriage. If a miscarriage occurs at a younger gestational age, often the bleeding that occurs is indeed not too massive. Not only is bleeding clotted, miscarriage generally will also cause you to experience cramps or pain that is quite severe, felt around the abdomen and lower back, can also spread to other parts of the abdomen and genitals.
If you find that your bleeding has stopped and no more complaints appear, your condition is not always dangerous. However, to answer your concern, it would not hurt you to check yourself back to an obstetrician to get an ultrasound, right? If it's true that there is still a lot of miscarriage left in the uterus, the doctor can first give you some type of decay drug, or also recommends that you undergo curette surgery.
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