Exit Spots And Nausea Disappear When 6 Weeks Pregnant.?
good morning, want to ask, I’m 6 weeks pregnant but already a week out brown spots a little but sometimes slimy without stomach cramps, besides that my nausea also suddenly subsided almost disappeared. Why is that? I was given a booster medicine with the midwife, but I still have spots.
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Slimy brown spots out during pregnancy, without accompanying abdominal cramps may be part of the threat of miscarriage (abortion imminens). This condition can later continue to the actual miscarriage (abortion insipiens), or may not. The cause can be due to abnormalities in the fetus (for example chromosomal defects), maternal health problems (such as infections, injuries, hypertension or uncontrolled diabetes), environmental exposure (eg radiation, chemicals), and so on. In addition to abortion imminens, mucus and mucus from the birth canal during pregnancy can also occur due to injury to the sex organs due to sexual intercourse or excessive masturbation, inflammation of the external reproductive organs (eg vaginitis), malignancy, and so on.
If the spots and mucus only come out once, often this condition is not dangerous. Reducing or even completely disappearing nausea that you feel does not always indicate something dangerous in pregnancy. Each mother can have a different way of adaptation to deal with subjective complaints during pregnancy, including nausea. It is possible, nausea that you no longer feel is happening because you have started to get used to the nausea, so it is no longer disturbing. It could also be, this is caused by your physical condition which is indeed prime so that you no longer feel too mild physical complaints.
Better, you first make sure the cause of your condition to the doctor or obstetrician to be further evaluated, for example by ultrasound, yes. Depending on your condition later, the doctor can give you a variety of treatments, such as observation, administration of drugs, to surgery (curette) . At this time, you should do a complete rest first. Avoid sexual intercourse involving penetration before the doctor declares it safe for you to do so. Eat and drink healthy and nutritious foods so that your stamina and pregnancy are always maintained. Compress your cramped stomach with warm water.
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