Possible Normal Pregnancy Without Bleeding?
Hello doctor r nSy has 2 children, my first child had a big struggle to be born, from bleeding, typhus, and rupture of the membranes, thank God, doctor Spog, who took care of me painstakingly and finally my child was born safely by Caesarean section, r n second, I replaced the doctor spog with BPJS and the same incident was bleeding at 3 months, with the midwife who was sick, my local doctor was checked for openings up to 3 times, finally stimulating the torn membranes and rupturing the water, the doctor raised his hand and told me to terminate my living child , I moved to a private spog doctor who handled my first child, the spog doctor couldn’t do anything, just because I believe in miracles because beyond the theory babies can survive without amniotic fluid, 4 months I was infused and drew the private pain, bleeding. the water was continuous and the amniotic fluid was almost dry, my hb did not drop and the baby was still growing healthy, at 7 months the doctor saw signs of my baby being weak, and finally died because a umbilical cord wrapped in quite long, born weighing 890gram fat and healthy, and my baby is a boy, r nMy questions with this condition can I get pregnant again in a better condition, healthier maybe? You don’t have to have a total bed rest anymore … Thank you
Hi Devi, thank you for your question
Basically, bleeding during pregnancy can be divided into:
Bleeding in the first and early second trimester of pregnancy (less than 20 weeks) - indicates a miscarriage or threat of miscarriage, most commonly due to toxoplasmosis infection, cervical (cervical) incompetence, consumption of certain drugs, severe infection during pregnancy, impact or trauma to the abdomen Bleeding in the third trimester of pregnancy (more than 28 weeks) - due to abnormalities in the placenta, namely the placenta blocking the birth canal (placenta previa) or premature detachment of the placenta from the uterus (abruption of the placenta) Given your previous pregnancy history, it would be better if before planning another pregnancy You check with a gynecologist first. The doctor will perform an initial examination to detect the presence of diseases or conditions that may endanger the pregnancy or the life of the baby. The doctor will perform a TORCH examination, which includes serological tests for toxoplasma, rubella, cytomegalovirus, herpes, and other diseases such as hepatitis B, AIDS, syphilis, and perform the right treatment. In addition, the doctor will also confirm the condition of your cervix. In patients with cervical incompetence, the cervix cannot support the uterus, so the doctor needs to suture the cervix.
Follow the recommendations given by the doctor who examined you. In addition, keep maintaining a healthy lifestyle, including by thinking positively.
Hopefully this is useful