How To Treat Blood Clots In The Uterus Without A Curette?
doctor…. Two days ago I did an ultrasound at the midwife, from the results of the ultrasound it turned out that there were quite a lot of blood clots, this happened not because of a miscarriage but because the 3 months injection contraception that I did was not suitable for me. Midwives suggest curettage or suction. What I want to ask is is it possible to just take medicine without the need for a curette or suction, and is it safe if the suction is done by a midwife, what can happen if I don’t do curettage and the like?rnrnThank you
Hi Rani, Thank you for your question on HealthReplies.com
Blood clots in the uterus that you are referring to are likely:
Fibroids in the uterus, an abnormal growth of cells in the uterus Uterine myoma, is a tumor in the uterus that is not malignant Miscarriage Thickening of the uterine wall Bligted Ovum, an empty pregnancy with only the pouch, no fetal clot. You should consult an obstetrics and gynecology specialist, so that the doctor confirms the condition of your uterus, the doctor will do a repeat ultrasound, and if there is a curettage, the obstetrician and gynecologist are competent to do it. Actions and the possibilities that may occur if you do not take action can be known after the doctor who examined you made the diagnosis, therefore you should check back with your obstetrician.
Some suggestions for you
Get enough rest, take medicine as recommended by the doctor. Avoid taking action at the midwife. Eat nutritious food. Thank you, may it be useful. dr.Nurmarwiyah