Nipples Are Sensitive To Touch When Having A Miscarriage?
I want to ask, I miscarried a few weeks ago. Previously I did not know that I was pregnant, because this is my first pregnancy, I experienced spots for a long time (42 days until now) and over time the spots turned into extreme pain in my lower abdomen, until I had difficulty moving, accompanied by cramps, skit waist, tingling in the thighs, then I doctor, then referred to an obstetrician for ultrasound, the doctor said I was pregnant outside the womb then I was advised to surgery, but I was not sure, so I moved to another specialist, up to 5 ultrasound at the doctor different, and a week later the blood turned bright red with clots, then I tested it turned out that I was negative. From that day on, the lumps increased and my nipples were sensitive to touch, the lower abdomen was in extreme pain, especially the right, was that normal when a miscarriage? What is the sign if a miscarriage is clean? When can I promote again? Please answer🙏
Hello Alaika, thank you for asking.
Miscarriage is a condition in which the fetus decays from its attachment to the uterine wall. Miscarriage occurs when the pregnancy is less than 20 weeks of age. Please know that miscarriage in pregnancy in the womb and miscarriage in pregnancy outside the womb are two different things.
In pregnancy miscarriages in the womb, the symptoms are pain or lower abdominal cramps, pain can spread to the waist, back, and pelvis. Pain is followed by the release of blood mucus, as well as tissue clots. Miscarriages can be both complete and incomplete. The doctor will make sure by ultrasound to check if there is any tissue left behind. If so, the doctor can prescribe drugs to stimulate uterine contractions or the doctor may recommend curettage.
In pregnancy miscarriages outside the womb, the symptoms will be more severe. Pain and bleeding can be severe and life threatening. That's why doctors recommend you for surgery. Pregnancy outside the uterus is called an ectopic pregnancy. Pregnancy can be fatal because there can be severe bleeding in the stomach that is not detected and can cause severe infections.
You should immediately consult with your preferred obstetrician. Do not switch doctors too often, because your medical record will be incoherent and incomplete, so doctors have difficulty following the development of your condition. When the doctor assesses that there is bleeding, infection, or tissue death in the stomach, then it is possible that you have to undergo surgery. Remember, you should not underestimate this condition because it can be dangerous. In the meantime, try to lie in bed and avoid taking drugs or supplements without doctor's advice.
Thus my information. Hopefully you can find a solution soon. Regards.