Overcoming Bleeding When Pregnant Young When You Have A Fever And Headache?
At night, I was pregnant at 9 weeks of pregnancy … my position is currently sick with symptoms of fever … I have checked with the nearest midwife and I also have a fever medicine .. my condition is now my head is very dizzy and feels more sick as usual, but I also experience bleeding, not much, maybe 2-3 drops of bright red color .. I fear this will have a negative impact on the fetus that I am carrying … my question, what action should I do besides ultrasound because my current position is not holding more money … and is it dangerous for my pregnancy? Thank you for the time, please provide a solution …
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Fever, dizziness, and headaches during pregnancy may indicate that you are experiencing an infection. Depending on the type and location of the infection, this condition can be mild, but can also be dangerous. In some conditions, infections that a mother experiences during pregnancy can also spread to the fetus in the womb. In addition to infection, your complaints can also occur due to other causes, such as migraines, dyspepsia (increased stomach acid), excessive heat exposure, head injuries, drug side effects, hormonal fluctuations, or other inflammation in the body. Ascertaining the underlying cause of this complaint needs to be done by a doctor's examination directly, or assisted with supporting tests, for example blood tests or ultrasound.
When experiencing pain, including due to infection or other causes as mentioned above, the body can respond by producing more stress hormones. This increased production of stress hormones can cause the uterus to contract. This condition often triggers bleeding. It could also, bleeding during young pregnancy occurs due to other causes, which are not always related to the pain you are experiencing right now, for example due to ectopic pregnancy (pregnancy outside the womb), pregnant wine (hydatidiform mole), miscarriage (including also the threat of miscarriage) , irritation or infection of the reproductive organs, side effects of drugs, and so on.
There is no other step, to ascertain the cause of your complaint, you need to see yourself directly to the doctor or obstetrician. If you delay this examination, then the health of your fetus can be at stake. Regarding the cost constraints, we recommend that you consult directly with the health facility where you are checking in order to find the best solution.
In the meantime, we urge you to take the following steps:
Calm yourself, don't panic
Rest from excessive activity
Keep your intimate organs so that they are always clean
Eat and drink enough
Continue to monitor the amount of bleeding you experience and report it to the doctor
Hope this helps ...