Handling Brown Spots And Nausea And Vomiting At 9 Weeks Pregnant?
In the morning, I am 9 weeks pregnant and 3 days already 3 weeks I am bad because I have brown spots and I have bleeding too, I have been hospitalized 2x, thanks to my change to a doctor who specializes in Kandunga but still has brown spots, emang I also don’t use a lot of sanitary pads, lastly I gave a medicine that I drank the ma that went into the rectum, now the medicine is gone but still hasn’t stopped the spots, even the appetite is decreasing and every day mutah once, sometimes 2 times, 2 days pee the color is brown because you don’t drink enough so if you drink a lot it turns out, what do you do ??? Can I drink coconut water ??? as a substitute for water,
Hello Hartynei, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com. Bleeding that occurs when gestational age is less than 20 weeks needs to be watched out because it can be a sign of a miscarriage. Miscarriage in medical language can be called a spontaneous abortion. Apart from vaginal bleeding usually accompanied by abdominal pain and cramps, these two signs are the main symptoms of a miscarriage. Here are the signs of a miscarriage that you should watch out for:
Bleeding from the vagina: bleeding from the vagina is the main sign of a miscarriage. It can be brown spots or a lot of fresh blood. However, not all vaginal bleeding causes a miscarriage, so you must get medical attention immediately so that miscarriage can be prevented. Abdominal cramps or abdominal pain: Bleeding from the vagina is accompanied by cramps or abdominal pain, which you should watch out for as a sign of a miscarriage. The pain that occurs is usually in the lower abdomen, can be felt in the back and pelvis. Discharge of tissue: It should also be noted whether a blood clot or white tissue-like appearance is found. If these blood clots and white tissue are found, they increase the risk of spontaneous miscarriage. If it is found that the tissue that comes out of the vagina should be set aside for further analysis by health personnel. However, you also need to remember that vaginal bleeding during early pregnancy is not always a miscarriage that ends in fetal death. In some cases it is called a "threat of miscarriage" or threatened abortion, if this occurs you need to go to bedrest and avoid having sex while pregnant.
If you have received treatment but still complain about the same complaints, you should return to your gynecologist who treated you before. To be able to ascertain your health condition and the condition of your fetus. To find out further treatment, you need a direct physical examination, such as an internal examination, or some supporting examinations such as ultrasound to determine the health condition of your fetus.
Nausea and vomiting in young pregnancy or in the first trimester are generally common in pregnant women or what is called morning sickness. However, if the symptoms you feel are more severe, in some cases pregnant women will experience prolonged intense nausea and vomiting, which can endanger your condition and also your fetus or what is called hyperemsis gravidarum. Problems that can arise when you have prolonged nausea and vomiting are dehydration, which can affect the health of you and your fetus.
Dark urine can also be an indicator of a lack of fluids in the body or what is called dehydration. If this dehydration is not treated it can endanger your health and that of your fetus. In addition, you should also watch out for nausea and vomiting. You can exacerbate your degree of dehydration. signs of dehydration, namely dry mouth, dark or dark colored urine, reduced urination frequency, weakness, or if it is heavier it can cause a drop in blood pressure to a decrease in consciousness
Therefore, if your condition worsens, bleeding increases, stomach cramps or abdominal pain, intake or input of food and drinks is difficult, signs of dehydration, nausea and vomiting are found, you should ask for help to immediately take you to the emergency room or emergency room at nearest hospital or health facility so that you get immediate treatment.
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