Irregular Menstruation After A Miscarriage Is Not Cured?
Good night. I want to ask in february then I miscarried at 7 weeks, and until now I have irregular periods, is that normal? And at 7 weeks should I be cured or not? Thank you
Hello Herlina, thank you for asking.
Miscarriages occur when a fetus does not develop or the fetus dies and then sheds from the uterine wall, before the gestational age reaches 20 weeks. Miscarriages can occur due to various conditions, for example due to disability in the fetus, infection during pregnancy, the condition of a seriously ill mother, an accident, and so on. Sometimes a miscarriage is carried out on medical indication to save the life of the mother. Miscarriages can occur spontaneously, where the whole tissue decays and comes out of the cervix. Miscarriage can also be resolved by a curettage procedure, so that no tissue is left in the uterus. There is no standard gestational age for curettage. Curettage indication is if the doctor considers that there is residual tissue in the uterus that must be removed by a medical procedure. Tissue that is not removed will cause bleeding and infection.
In some cases, post-miscarriage can indeed change hormonal balance which causes menstrual disorders. Generally these conditions can last for several months. Symptoms can be delayed menstruation or bleeding outside the menstrual period. You should consult with an obstetrician about this, remembering that you have had menstrual disorders for a long time. The doctor will assess whether there are abnormalities in your reproductive organs, such as uterine myomas, endometriosis, or ovarian cysts. Therapy and actions will be adjusted to the findings of a doctor's physical examination.
Thus a brief explanation from me. May be useful. Regards.