Overcome Two Pregnancy Pockets But One Is Empty?
Hello, I want to ask, yesterday I came out with blood that is rich, then check out on ultrasound 9w turns out there are 2 pregnancy pouches, but one of the pockets is empty, well, he said the empty pouch is causing spots, what I ask is that the empty one will be dangerous because I still experiencing spots, and what should I do because they are still out? thanks
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blighted ovum or anembrionic pregnancy or often called an empty pregnancy. Lighted ovum is a condition that occurs when fertilized eggs stick to the uterine wall, but unfortunately they do not develop into an embryo. Lighted ovum is a condition that will occur in the first trimester, and often occurs before women know that she is pregnant.
people who experience this condition feel normal signs like a pregnant woman in the first trimester. Symptoms such as late menstruation, positive pregnancy test results, nausea, vomiting, and breast pain. However, within a certain time, a woman starts to feel signs of miscarriage, such as spots or bleeding from Miss V, menstrual blood volume more than usually, as well as cramps in the stomach area. Sometimes, pregnancy test results are still positive in this condition because the hormone hCG levels are still high.
blighted ovum is a condition that can occur due to problems related to genes from poor quality sperm or egg cells. However, blighted ovum also occurs due to abnormal cell division, which in turn triggers miscarriage.
One of the handling procedures that is done after someone has been diagnosed with lighted ovum is by doing curettage or curettage and drugs but considering that you are pregnant with twins may not be done because it can be risky for the other uterus. Aside from these two methods, you can also choose to let the womb fall naturally. Usually this process will happen by itself in a matter of weeks.
You should consult your obstetrician again to overcome this especially if your spots do not disappear until more than a week. so that the doctor can provide the right handler and the content is still one more healthy.
Thus the info we can provide hopefully can help you