Menstruation Only Comes Out Brown Spots After Curettage?
I had a miscarriage and had to do a curette after 1 week of curettage I controlled it and the ultrasound turned out that there was still one more fetus and there was a suggestion for re-curettage after re-curette search was not there … after I realized from the anesthetic I was on ultrasound again it turned out The fetus came out of the uterus and the doctor suggested surgery … in March after the operation I did not bleed at all and after how many months I had no menstruation, then in June I consulted the doctor and then the doctor gave regumen and novarol drugs after the regumen medicine ran out after 3 days of date 22.214.171.124 on July I only had a few brown spots and on 12 June there was a little red … in August I was controlled and given blood and calcium lactate medicine after a few days of drinking on the 126.96.36.199 date I had brown spots again … so I want what I am can still get pregnant again please I want a pregnancy program at the age of 22 years yesterday my first pregnancy … thank you
We understand your concern. Your complaint at this time is that the menstrual cycle is not regular like before pregnancy. After a miscarriage and curettage or surgery on the reproductive organs, menstrual cycle disorders can occur such as irregular, more or less menstrual periods. This condition will generally improve after 3x menstrual cycles.
If you have not been regular after more than 3x menstrual cycles, it is necessary to think about other conditions that cause irregular menstrual cycles, including:
Stress and other psychological problems, for example, still feel the loss of a fetus that miscarried
Drastic weight loss
Side effects of contraceptives
Other medical conditions: ovarian cysts, polycystic ovary syndrome, thyroid disorders, chronic diseases, hormonal imbalances
After a miscarriage, doctors generally recommend starting a pregnancy program after 3 menstrual cycles. You can try to do the following tips:
Do intercourse 3-4x / week and during the fertile period
Get enough rest
Regular exercise to maintain a healthy body and a more ideal body weight
Eat healthy and nutritious foods
Take supplements or drugs as recommended by the treating doctor
Avoid cigarette smoke, alcohol and drugs
If you have tried to have sex regularly for 1 year but have not been able to get pregnant, you and your husband should return to your obstetrician so that you can carry out further evaluation and be given a pregnancy program that is suitable for you and your husband's condition.
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