Menstruation After Miscarriage?
Good afternoon ..nI just had a miscarriage on March 25th. And on April 15, I was bleeding quite a lot when compared to my period before the miscarriage. Is that normal?nMy stomach and waist also hurt, nauseous and dizzy
Hi Euis, Thank you for your question on HealthReplies.com
Miscarriage or known as abortion is the spontaneous release of the embryo from the uterus before 20 weeks of gestation, and miscarriage is a scary thing for pregnant women. Many causes of miscarriage include fatigue, the influence of drugs, consumption of caffeine or smoking, the mother has an infection during pregnancy, psychological factors or stress, the age of the mother is over 35 years. There are many types of miscarriage or abortion, including:
Imminent abortion, which is a threatening miscarriage characterized by spotting and light bleeding. Incipient abortion, is a recent abortion characterized by bleeding from the vagina, but the rest of the conception has not yet come out. Incomplete abortion, is a miscarriage characterized by partial discharge of the products of conception and the opening of the cervix accompanied by severe abdominal pain Complete abortion is a condition where the tissue of conception is completely removed, abdominal pain decreases and the uterus begins to close. If you experience bleeding after 3 weeks, the chances of miscarriage are many, namely:
Menstruation or menstruation, which usually occurs after approximately 1 month after a miscarriage. Remains of the products of conception or miscarriage that have not been cleaned, there is still tissue inside, hormonal disorders, uterine or vaginal infections, bleeding after sexual intercourse, side effects of contraception, you should consult a specialist pregnancy, especially if there is a lot of bleeding accompanied by abdominal pain. The obstetrician will perform an internal examination, and urine examination to check for HCG, and an ultrasound examination to confirm the presence of residual conception or not.
Some things you can do at home
Avoid intercourse until the bleeding stops. Avoid excessive stress or anxiety. Keep your intimate organs clean. Adequate rest. Thank you, hopefully it will be useful. dr.Nurmarwiyah