Impact Of Miscarriage And Not Curettage.?
I want to ask, I had a miscarriage for almost 2 months, but how come I still bleed and slimy. And my stomach hurts … I’m not tired and my fetus is 3 months old … How’s the solution?
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It needs to be clarified, when you have a miscarriage, have you seen a doctor? Did the doctor really not recommend you to undergo a curette?
Complaints due to miscarriage, such as bleeding, mucus coming out of the birth canal, or abdominal pain, generally will occur within a period of 1 to 4 weeks. These miscarriages, some that occur spontaneously and immediately clean without the need for any treatment, but there are also those that need further treatment from the doctor (including administration of drugs or curettage) so that the remaining tissue in the uterus can be perfectly clean. Handling inadequate miscarriage is what can trigger prolonged complaints.
Not only that, maybe the blood and mucus that comes out of your birth canal with abdominal pain actually indicates the start of your new menstrual cycle. Abdominal pain can also be aggravated by a variety of other conditions, such as digestive disorders, urinary tract disorders, abdominal muscle pain, and so on.
Without a direct inspection, it is difficult for us to distinguish the various possibilities above. Therefore, we suggest, to prevent dangerous conditions (including anemia and even death due to excessive loss of blood), it is better to check with your doctor or obstetrician first. With an ultrasound examination and other comprehensive tests, the best treatment for your condition can certainly be given.
For now, you should do a total rest first (bedrest). Avoid all forms of physical activity that is too heavy, including excessive sex, before complaints improve. Warm compresses on your painful abdominal area and always wear comfortable clothes to reduce pain. Do not forget, always keep your intimate organs clean and always live a healthy lifestyle.
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