Postoperative Ectopic Pregnancy Bleeding.?
Good evening doctor … I just made ectopic surgery on 16 February last month … may I know that is always normal how many days after surgery will come menstruation first …? Yesterday the day after tomorrow 9 March I had menstruated in large quantities on the day of the day first and second … I was forced to change softek 2 hours once and it was full … the blood was bright red and clean like blood and no blood type of black blood was normal … and I did not experience any signs in months like stomach ache or lumbago or breast pain … My question is this normal for women who just had ectopic surgery? Thank you doctor …
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Ectopic pregnancy is a condition when a person experiences a pregnancy outside the uterus or uterus. The exact location can vary, it can be the abdominal cavity, in the ovaries, in the fallopian tubes, and any place that can be reached by sperm cells and egg cells. For more details, see the image below.
Regarding your question, just like a miscarriage, molar pregnancy or blighted ovum, it doesn't take long for the mother to return to menstruation as before, the longest is only a matter of weeks, about 3-4 weeks.
In your case, the release of menstruation that is fresh red and in large quantities is also actually a sign that your period has returned. As for the amount that is more than usual, this can be caused by various factors, such as stress, lack of sleep, fatigue, pain that is too great, weight that is not ideal, and hormonal imbalances.
Our advice, if this condition continues into the following months, or there is still a lot of blood coming out for days and make you weak, tired, pale, dizzy and the like, immediately check your condition with your obstetrician. Your doctor will try to extract a complete history, physical examination and support needed such as ultrasound to determine the root of the problem and the best treatment.
Meanwhile, you just need to maintain a healthy lifestyle with regular breaks, increase consumption of nutrient-rich foods such as meat, vegetables and fruit, avoid stress and cigarette smoke, maintain ideal body weight, and should postpone sexual intercourse for a while until your period returns to normal. So, hopefully answering your question.