Is It Normal Not A Month After The Curette Has Menstruated?
Tonight doctor … I fury 33 years.2 weeks ago I just finished curettage … but not yet. I have menstruated for a month again … is that normal doctor ??? because he said usually 4-6 weeks new menstruation again. ….thank you
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Curette is a step to clean the uterus from the rest of the fetal tissue after a miscarriage or when pregnancy is indicated to be abnormal. Curette action will generally cause side effects or some annoying symptoms such as abdominal pain that can be felt for several days after the curette, irregular menstruation, more bleeding, smelling and excessive vaginal discharge, signs of infection in the reproductive organs or symptoms of fever as well can be felt.
The risk of curettage can also cause bleeding and cause scarring in the uterine wall.
Bleeding is a risk that is often a complaint after curettage. Most women will experience repeated bleeding after curettage during the recovery period. Bleeding will come out in moderate to large volumes and tend to clot. This is a natural condition, because the lining of the uterine lining takes time to return to normal in about 4-6 weeks. As the healing process, bleeding will decrease.
In addition to the recovery process of the uterine wall, the hormonal cycle also requires time to be stable after a miscarriage and curettage. This hormonal instability will cause the return of the menstrual cycle to become irregular after curettage.
You do not need to worry, the bleeding you experience is not necessarily a sign of menstruation, but it is likely caused by the remaining curettage and the recovery phase of the uterine wall. In addition, reproductive hormones can also play a role in causing bleeding from the uterus.
Check with your obstetrician who is treating you to assess how your uterus is post-curettage (post-action control).
To avoid the emergence of other complaints, try to get adequate rest, avoid activities that are too heavy, avoid stress, consume healthy and nutritious foods, especially those containing iron to avoid anemia, and meet your body's fluid needs.
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