Often Fainting After A Miscarriage?
I want to ask … my female friend after the abortion, how come she often fainted when she was about to have her period … what are the symptoms … what are the effects of using abortion drugs or other infections … please clarify
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Frequent fainting is not a problem that arises after a person has an abortion, and to date there has also been no research that supports the symptoms of frequent fainting after having an abortion.
Fainting is a condition where suddenly a person loses consciousness temporarily and causes the person to fall or in medical terms it is called syncope. And this condition often occurs in people under 40 years of age. What must be considered is, when a person faints, generally the consciousness will return in a short time in a matter of seconds. However, if you do not wake up within 1-2 minutes, immediately contact the hospital.
During menstruation, of course, there are changes that occur in the body, for example hormonal changes. Changes in a person's body can trigger syncope, for example during menstruation. What needs to be paid attention if the complaint of fainting arises when going to menstruation is usually the condition related to:
Pain during menstruation or dysmenorrhea, when pain during menstruation is associated with high prostaglandin levels in women. These prostaglandins can cause blood vessels to widen or dilate (vasodilation), when this vasodilation occurs, blood pressure can drop, and this sudden drop in blood pressure can cause fainting. Further articles on: Unbearable Menstrual Pain Large amounts of menstrual blood, in addition to increased prostaglandin levels and an increase in the risk of fainting in women during menstruation, heavy bleeding during menstruation can also cause anemia, namely low hemoglobin levels. Where hemoglobin functions to deliver oxygen throughout the body, so that the body can carry out its activities. As a result, if chronic anemia occurs, oxygen intake for the brain can decrease and lead to fainting. Hormonal changes, hormonal changes in women during menstruation can also trigger episodes of hypohlycemia (low blood sugar levels) which can lead to fainting. The mechanism of hormonal changes in women is normal and physiological, and difficult to regulate. However, some conditions such as menstrual pain, and the amount of bleeding during menstruation can result from certain health problems. If the complaint has disrupted the activity of your friend, you should suggest consulting the problem with an obstetrician and obstetrician. So that it can be done on the spot and some additional checks if needed.
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