Postpartum More Than 40 Days And Not Too Much?
Hello doctor, good night … I am fitri 36 years old. In April (9 April 2018) I underwent sc (the birth of my first child) What I want to ask: 1. It is normal for my postpartum blood to be out of 40 days and not too much. And there was a day before I didn’t leave, but the next day I left. 2. Because when I gave birth my baby died. How long will it take for me to get pregnant again considering my age. 3. in post sc. i did blood test in lab. With a positive anti-rubella Igd result: 43.8 and a positive anti-CMV Igd result: 243.8. After that I took the drug methisoprinol for 3 months. which I want to ask when I want to get pregnant again. Is it necessary to have a repeat check / check blood again in the lab. To find out whether the virus is still there or not? 4. at the time of inhaling. My water is also green. Is it caused by a virus? Or because of my high blood pressure? Please help with the answer. Thank you in advance…
From the info you convey,
1. Preferably with the information on gestational age at the time of SC will help better explanation. However, however, the postpartum period can occur in approximately 40 days, so in general this condition is within reasonable limits. Apart from the postpartum period, the presence of menstrual cycles that may occur also needs to be considered. However, in risky conditions, prolonged puerperal bleeding accompanied by fever indicates a possible infection after delivery or due to remaining tissue in the uterus. However, this condition needs to be confirmed by your obstetrician.
2. For post-SC pregnancy, it can be planned after the next second or third year, depending on the results of the examination performed by the doctor at 18 months after SC or 24 months after SC.
3. The results of your tests show that you have been infected with the rubella virus or CMV. So if you are planning your next pregnancy, you should wait until the virus test results are lower. Also, to help prevent re-infection, keep your immune system and wash your hands regularly.
4. The presence of green amniotic fluid can be caused by several conditions, such as:
a. post-month pregnancy
b. there is a disruption in fetal oxygen supply, so that the fetus excretes meconium
So that rebella infection and CMV infection which causes disruption of oxygen supply to the fetus can cause green amniotic fluid. However, the condition also needs to be confirmed by your gynecologist.
That is the information we can convey, also read the green amniotic fluid.