Nausea And Vomiting After Miscarriage?
Evening. Last Sunday I just miscarried but the blood came out for only about 3 days and the blood that came out was dark brown and had lots of clots. After a few days I didn’t feel nauseous like pregnant women usually do, but tonight I feel nauseated and vomiting again, according to the doctor, how did I actually miscarry or is the pregnancy still continuing???
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Miscarriage, one of which is marked by bleeding and the result of pregnancy from the birth canal, followed by abdominal pain like someone who is about to give birth. The occurrence or absence of a miscarriage should be determined by the midwife or obstetrician by looking directly at whether the blood that comes out is only bleeding during pregnancy or is it really a miscarriage.
As for the nausea and vomiting that you feel, this could be due to conditions outside of pregnancy such as stomach acid, or it could be due to high levels of pregnancy hormones in your body. Because nausea and vomiting are not a definite indicator or sign that someone is pregnant.
So in your case, you could be still pregnant and the nausea has no effect on the pregnancy, still pregnant and the nausea has an effect on the pregnancy, not pregnant and the nausea is still affecting from yesterday's pregnancy, or not pregnant and the nausea has nothing to do with pregnancy at all. All the possibilities are still there.
So to avoid confusion and misunderstanding, you should re-examine your content to a gynecologist, so that the right conditions can be determined and future handling. I hope you and your family are always healthy.
That's it. I hope this helps.
dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa