Lumbago And Lower Abdomen Especially During Menstruation?
Congratulations mlm, introduce Ivon. I am 27 years old. I have experienced pain in the waist u0026amp; lower abdomen, the pain exceeds when I menstruate. After I see a doctor, the doctor blg the effect of stomach acid. I took the medicine from the doctor, in the morning I was shocked to see blood on the sheets when I saw it like bleeding u0026amp; I found a blood clot like a small red flesh in my celdam. I guess mens but only 3 days after blood does not appear anymore. Is that a miscarriage at a young age? Thank you in advance.
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Yes, true. You are most likely having a miscarriage or abortion. Namely the end of pregnancy at less than 20 weeks' gestation, which is marked by bleeding from the birth canal. There are 4 stages of abortion, namely:
1. Imminent abortion or the threat of miscarriage. In this condition pregnancy can still be maintained.
2. Insipien abortion, which is an ongoing miscarriage, with the fetus still attached to the uterine wall.
3. Complete abortion, namely a miscarriage in which part of the fetus will have come out of the uterus, but there are some who are still left behind.
4. Complete abortion, which is a miscarriage marked by all parts of the fetus will have come out of the uterus. So that no further medical treatment is needed.
To find out what stage abortion is happening to you, you should consult an obstetrician. The doctor will conduct a medical question and answer, conduct a direct examination of the birth canal and lower abdomen and will conduct an ultrasound examination. If there is still tissue or parts of the fetus in your uterus, the doctor will give you medicine or take a curette depending on the severity. However, if all parts are out and the uterus is clean, you do not need to undergo special medical treatment.
To prevent recurring miscarriages, some things you should do are think positive, Live a pregnant program, Eat nutritious foods (high in calories and high in protein, treat any food hygienically), avoid raw, undercooked foods, foods that are processed by burning, canned food, preserved, flavored, containing alcohol and other illicit products), Get enough rest, avoid moderate to heavy work and manage stress well. Complete your nutritional needs by consuming folic acid and milk.
If you have difficulty being able to get pregnant in the future or have recurrent miscarriages, you should do a fertility check with an obstetrician. The doctor will find the cause by conducting an ultrasound examination, examination of the levels of the hormones progesterone and estrogen and TORCH examination.