Miscarriage At 6 Weeks Of Gestation, Should It Be Curated?
Afternoon r nWant to ask, yesterday I had a miscarriage with 6 weeks of pregnancy. At that time there was a blood clot with quite a lot of blood, then I took the midwife and cleaned the remaining clot. After a day I wanted to make sure whether my uterus was clean or not, then I did an ultrasound and the doctor said there was still a placenta from the uterus and I ordered a curette. How about that, do I really have to curette? Please enlighten, thank you ..
Miscarriage is the discharge of the fetus in the womb at <20 weeks of gestation, characterized by bleeding or bleeding or clots from the vagina. For examinations that confirm whether a miscarriage has occurred or not or just the threat of miscarriage, an ultrasound is done. If only bleeding is still possible, it is only a threat of miscarriage, but if there are clots, it is likely that a miscarriage has occurred.
The recommended examination after a complaint, such as what you have experienced, is a direct examination to the obstetrician, for a larger gestational age the baby's heart rate is checked, but at an earlier gestational age where the heartbeat has not been heard, an ultrasound examination will only be performed.
If you have seen a gynecologist, and are advised to curettage, that means that is the best way according to the doctor's examination.
Curettage is an action to clean the remaining tissue that is still left behind after a miscarriage, or other disease conditions in the uterus.
If curettage is not performed there are risks of:
prolonged bleeding is difficult to occur in the next pregnancy because there is remaining tissue on the uterine wall which can potentially lead to malignancy read related things about curettage
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