Miscarriage And No Action Of Curettage?
Morning, I want to ask. At the beginning of the month of May 1, I had a miscarriage at the age of my uterus already more than 2 months, and I checked with the obstetrician at the hospital and was recommended for curettage, but I didn’t want to because I wasn’t ready to have a curette and I moved to a practicing doctor at near the area where I live and after being in ultrasound he said it still lags behind only about 2cm, and it is recommended to take the drug misoprostol, but after drinking it I only came out a little blood * did not come out blood clots anymore, according to the doctor how this works or I have to check with the obstetrician again? Please answer
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Miscarriage or abortion is the termination of pregnancy by itself before 20 weeks gestational age. There are many things that can cause miscarriage, including:
1. Fetal factors so that they do not develop normally due to genetic disorders.
2. Factors of placental abnormalities.
3. Maternal diseases, such as diabetes, kidney disease, lupus, antiphospholipid syndrome, toxoplasmosis, rubella, syphilis, malaria, HIV, etc. you can read here.
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.
Your current condition may be at an incomplete or complete abortion stage. We cannot guess here. The only way to find out is to do an examination with a gynecologist. The doctor will do an ultrasound examination on you. If there is still placental tissue that was previously left behind, you will most likely have to undergo a curette. This network can not be left for long. Because it can cause bleeding so you are anemic. In addition, in this condition you are very at risk of developing a uterine infection. Of course if it's like this requires further treatment which can be said it is not an easy matter. While the action of curette is only brief, only for about 15 minutes. That, too, the procedure is performed under anesthesia or anesthesia so you are not aware of the procedure. You do not need to worry during your actions live with an obstetrician who is competent to do curettage.
Thus hopefully useful.