How To Remove The Remaining Tissue After A Miscarriage Without A Curette?
Tonight, I married young now aged 20 years nAfter I gave birth November 2017, thank God I was entrusted by a child again, then just fell Wednesday Wednesday 2 days ago at the age of birth 4hn r nThere is actually my husband, that morning he and I panicked because I was confused about what the placenta was about. Finally he shears, and it turns out that today there is still the rest of the tissue. I have no blood but no smell, just smells. Then what does that smell because of the rest of the tissue? How do I remove the rest of the network without a curette? Frankly, I don’t have money, please help … r nThank you, good night
Good evening, thanks for the question
Based on the information you provided, it is most likely to have an incomplete abortion. Incomplete abortion is the spontaneous release of conception at a gestational age of less than 20 weeks, in which part of the conception has come out of the uterus but there is still tissue left behind. The patient will complain of bleeding from the birth canal due to residual tissue in the uterus.
The rest of the conception that is not evacuated will risk becoming a severe infection, especially there is a history of using non-sterile tools when cutting the umbilical cord as in your case.
Unfortunately the handling of cases like this must be done with medical measures to prevent the risk of more severe complications and threaten the lives of mothers. Therapy can be with the administration of drugs that trigger uterine contractions to remove residual tissue, sharp curettage or vacuum aspiration by scraping the remaining tissue in the uterine wall. The choice of therapy depends on the patient's medical condition after the examination (the amount of residual tissue, is there an infection, is there bleeding from the birth canal, is there a cervical opening).
We recommend that you immediately check your condition to a health facility. You and your husband might be able to arrange a letter of relief to the local health office so that they can still get optimal health services.
That's all, hope you can help
Wassalam, Dr. Farah