Is It Possible To Have A Miscarriage Without Bleeding?
Hello wr wb, good morning I’m 12 weeks pregnant now with a history of autoimmune APS and SPA and recurrent miscarriages. I checked the pregnancy at the age of 6 weeks, the heartbeat was visible and at the age of 7 weeks I had spots and the heart rate was still there. I was given the drug cygest and dupaston. Then when I checked the pregnancy at 9 weeks the heartbeat was no longer visible. But I still survived to the hospital and there was no bleeding and I haven’t checked yet. Is there a possibility that my fetus has died? Or can it still be okay? I did not have any spots and stomach cramps all was well. What causes the fetus beats not visible again or disappear? And for blood thinners that are authorized to prescribe the womb or from the internal medicine? Please enlighten me
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Antiphospolipid syndrome (APS) is a collection of symptoms from an autoimmune disease that attacks the phospholipid fat compound, thereby inviting blood clotting agents. Complaints that arise due to blood clot or thicken so that it happens:
1. Blockages in blood vessels (arteries or deep veins).
2. Pulmonary embolism
3. Miscarriage, fetal death, pre-eclampsia and eclampsia
4. And others, depending on the organ being attacked. Even to the point of causing the failure of many organs.
Recurrent miscarriages that you experience are caused by APS disease. In the current pregnancy, there may be a possibility that the fetus will not develop because of the APS you are experiencing. I suggest you to immediately consult with your previous obstetrician or obstetrician who is an expert in the field of fetomaternal to be re-examined. The doctor will do an ultrasound either through the abdominal wall, or through the vagina. The doctor will look for fetal heart beats. If it is proven to be absent, you should immediately remove the womb. The content can be removed with oral medication or curettage. Depending on your condition and content. You do not maintain a fetus that has not existed for a long time, because it can cause infections in your body. This infection can trigger an APS disease attack to many organs causing failure and can cause death.
Blood thinning medications can also be prescribed by obstetricians.
Thus hopefully useful.