Large Stomach Accompanied By Dizziness And Nausea After A Miscarriage?
Hello, I want to ask. When I was 10 weeks 5 days pregnant, I experienced massive bleeding, clots came out with blood that came out. I was bleeding for 27 days. My parents said I had a miscarriage, and I was given traditional medicine. precisely a week ago my bleeding stopped accompanied by black spots. Then I was advised by my parents to consume turmeric acid to make it “clean”, he said. Am I still pregnant? I was afraid to go to the hospital because I was afraid to do a curette besides that the distance of my village to the hospital was 30km. In the village there are only village midwives. Please answer. Thank you
Hello Riskawlndari, Thank you for the question.
Miscarriage is a condition of the cessation of pregnancy / fetal death before reaching the age of 20 weeks. Miscarriages can be caused by a variety of conditions that are not infrequently difficult to determine the cause. In general, miscarriages at a young gestational age are caused by genetic disorders. A woman who has a miscarriage will experience symptoms in the form of vaginal bleeding, which can be accompanied by blood clots and abdominal cramps or neyri lower back. Have you checked your midwife? The symptoms you convey are indeed the characteristics of miscarriage. However, you still need to undergo an examination to determine whether your uterus is clean from the rest of fetal tissue because if this happens, you can experience bleeding and infection in the uterus. If it is indeed difficult for you to visit the hospital, you can consult first with the midwife in your village. If the midwife thinks you need to undergo further examination to an obstetrician, then you should visit the hospital and consult with a doctor.
Complaints of a large stomach, nausea, and dizziness are not necessarily related to the pregnancy / miscarriage you are experiencing. This condition can be caused by flatulence, stomach acid disease, constipation, intestinal infections, and others. You should consult with your doctor for further tests if this complaint is very disturbing to you. Without a doctor's examination it cannot be ascertained the cause of these complaints.
It is also recommended that you do the following suggestions:
get enough rest for 6-8 hours per day
consume food regularly. You can consume food in small portions but more often
consume enough water
avoid consuming spicy, oily and fatty foods
avoid consuming caffeinated, fizzy, and alcoholic drinks
manage stress well
Hope this information helps.