Explanation Of The Anatomical Pathology Results Of Wine Pregnancy?
Good afternoon, I’m Risma from Makassar. I once experienced a curette process with Grape Pregnancy analysis. Yesterday the doctor gave me tissue wrapped in a small bottle to check PA … From the results it said: the same consists of tissue with a chorial villous appearance, a villous appearance with hydrophic degeneration, trophoblast cell proliferation and a visible area of bleeding between them. Thank you in advance🙏
Hello Rismha, thank you for consulting us on HealthReplies.com.
According to his understanding, hydatidiform mole or grape pregnancy is the formation of placenta / abnormal placenta during pregnancy. The placenta is formed like a collection of grapes, which often does not form the fetus, so that appear only placenta that grows abnormally. Unfortunately, the signs of wine pregnancy are very difficult to know if there is no detailed examination by the obstetrician during a routine pregnancy check, because the symptoms of wine pregnancy are very similar to normal pregnancy in general.
Basically your doctor's decision to perform PA examination is based on the nature of hydatidiform mole which is very often a sign of the growth of gestational trophoblastic neoplasia which is very likely to grow into cancer or choriocarcinoma. While PA results now state that the tissue is tissue that resembles the structure of the placenta. Usually after curettage, there will be a follow-up of the beta hCG hormone levels every 2 weeks. Normally, the levels of the beta hCG hormone will return to normal after 8 weeks and then control again 6 months later. But if it is slower than it should be (8 weeks) then it is necessary to do a further examination by an obstetrician.
Our advice is that you should consult your doctor again regarding the results so that you can ask about your latest condition after curettage. Thus our explanation, hopefully useful.