Have You Ever Had A Curette, Is It Really Hard To Get Pregnant?
Doctor, I had a miscarriage and was vacuumed, is it true that it complicates the next pregnancy?
Hello Rini, thank you for the question for HealthReplies.com
A history of abortion and curettage (maybe this is what you mean by vacuum) can indeed increase the risk of developing a complication called Asherman Syndrome, which is the appearance of scar tissue in the uterus. This scar tissue in the uterus can cause symptoms such as menstrual disorders (low menstruation, no menstruation, or pain during menstruation), infertility (difficulty having children), and can increase the risk of miscarriage back in the future.
However, these complications are very rare. Most women who have had a miscarriage and undergo curettage can still get pregnant and give birth normally. Therefore, for now you don't need to worry too much. If in the future you experience problems during menstruation or you have problems getting pregnant (not getting pregnant after trying for 1 year or more), you can consult your obstetrician again for further evaluation.
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