Mucus And Blood Come Out During Pregnancy But There Is No Opening?
In the afternoon, last night I was phlegm out and about half an hour later I was bleeding, I checked with the midwife that there was no opening yet, and I didn’t feel any mules either, how about that? Thank you
How old is your pregnancy? Normal childbirth can occur at an adequate gestational age, which is 37-40 weeks. Exit mucus and blood is one sign of childbirth. In addition to mucus and blood, there are other signs of childbirth, including:
Stomach mules like wanting to defecate
The contractions are felt more and more often and stronger
Hard to sleep
Seepage of rupture / amniotic fluid: must be immediately taken to a hospital, puskesmas, or maternity clinic
There is an opening
You don't need to worry for now. Sometimes there is no direct opening of blood mucus. You can wait in the next few days while preparing for the things needed during labor, yes. If you start to feel a contraction or other signs of childbirth, you can control pregnancy again with your midwife or obstetrician. Do not forget to pay attention and count fetal movements every day.
The thing to watch out for is if the fetal movements are felt to be weakened, increasingly rare, or not moving at all, the presence of ruptured or leaky amniotic fluid, or if the womb is 40 weeks old. If these conditions occur, it is expected that you immediately go to an obstetrician so you can be sure of the condition of your fetus.
Hope it helps you,