Is It A Danger Or Not To Me And My Pregnancy?
Hello HealthReplies.com I want to ask if I am pregnant for 4 months, when I was 2 months pregnant I was given by my friend a drug for abortion because my body condition was short of breath every day almost wanted to faint and my heart beat suddenly beats fast, and now I think I can’t afford it, the bigger my stomach, the more my breathing will be, oh yeah, will my child be disabled if it’s not thrown away because I have taken various medicines, but my fetus is strong, doesn’t want to come out I suffer if my husband doesn’t leave I won’t drink the obt first but I was stressed until I wanted to kill myself, finally my friend offered me the cytotex drug which he said was effective but I didn’t have any reactions to use it and one more thing why my stomach always appears very hard lumps please I thank you in advance
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We are deeply concerned about the sorrow you are having in your current pregnancy. It's hard, taking care of a pregnancy without partner's support. However, you must be strong and endure, for the sake of the fetus in your womb. This fetus is a gift from God who does not have any faults so that it is not entitled to inhuman treatment, including attempts at abortion.
Cytotex, which contains misoprostol, is basically a drug that can be used to prevent stomach ulcers, for example if you are taking a long-term non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug. In addition, this drug can also trigger uterine contractions, so it is often used for abortion attempts.
However, you also need to know that unsafe abortion is very risky to cause health problems, not only for the fetus you are carrying, but also for your future mother. This effort can cause you to experience heavy bleeding, infection, and death. As for the fetus, it is clear that this condition can lead to fetal death and miscarriage. Misoprostol, when consumed in the first trimester of pregnancy, according to some literature, has the potential to cause birth defects, including impaired growth of movement organs (hands and feet) and the Moebius sequence (a disorder characterized by abducensal and facial nerve palsy accompanied by various abnormalities in the teeth. the shape of the face and skull, eyes and bones). Even so, it is still necessary to further investigate how much influence the consumption of this drug has in triggering fetal defects.
Each person may react differently to taking Misoprostol. For this reason, consumption is ONLY safe if done with the right medical indications and also under the supervision of a doctor.
Shortness of breath, almost fainting, heart palpitations, and various other complaints that you feel during pregnancy may be strongly influenced by the stress you experience. It could also, these complaints arise due to interference with the function of the heart, lungs, stomach, or other organs in your body. The hard lump that appears in your stomach may be a fetus that is now getting bigger in size, or maybe this lump comes from myoma (benign uterine muscle tumor), dyspepsia (gas buildup in the digestive tract), intra-abdominal tumor, skin infection, skin tumor , somatization, and so on.
We recommend that you have your condition checked directly to an obstetrician so that you can further observe your health and that of the fetus in your womb. Doctors generally will do a thorough examination, including blood tests and ultrasound to determine if any special treatment needs to be done.
In the meantime, you should calm down a lot, for example by learning to be more open with relatives, religious leaders, or other people who you believe can help find solutions to your problems. Increase your closeness to God Almighty, entrust the safety of yourself and your fetus to Him who is the Giver of Life. Expand associations, entertain yourself with positive activities, including taking vacations or doing hobbies that you like. Take care of your diet and rest. Also do pregnancy exercises according to your current womb age. Finally, avoid smoking, consuming alcohol, or taking drugs carelessly while pregnant and breastfeeding.
Hope this helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah