Postpartum Sutures Do Not Fuse And The Rest Of The Blood In The Uterus Has Not Been Clean?
Assalamu’alaykum, the 9th day I gave birth via vaginal induction 2x, because of excess hpl 9 days and calcification of the calcification. Unbelievable pain without pause. After that, bleeding can occur … A lump in the size of a hand grip for 4 days. A week later the schedule to control the spog, trnyt there is still blood that remains clot, on the ultrasound written spot and stitches do not blend. Do you think it’s dangerous? Doctor prescribes ointments, cefadroxil, and gastrul. They say gastrul can clean up the remaining blood … But when you run out of the recipe, why does puerperal blood decrease? the effect is stomach ache and diarrhea. If there is no change, the remaining blood is usually the next step, huh? What is the surgery or how? Does it hurt more than induction? How bad is the induction because of the trauma … And how do you cure the stitches that don’t fit? Does it need to be sewn up again? Consumption of eggs 6 eggs per day, ointment ointment and taking medication from the doctor, but today it feels like it is still sore and itchy. Please explain. Thank you for this
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Post saline hemorrhage is one of the frequent complications of labor. This condition can be many possible causes. Many sources categorize the causes of bleeding after this copy into 4 parts, namely:
Tonus; that is because the uterus is unable to contract properly post-saline, for example due to a large fetus, multiple membranes, fetal hydrocephalus, twin fetal tissue; that is because there is still residual placental tissue left in the uterus, for example due to improper placental removal or placental attachment that is too strong Trauma; i.e. due to laceration in the birth canal, for example due to a large fetus, a torn birth canal that does not go together, or also the use of additional instruments during labor (eg vacuum or forceps) thrombosis; that is because of disruption in the process of blood clotting, for example if you suffer from disease-dominated intravascular coagulation, familial hypofibrinogenemia, lack of blood clotting factors, and so on. Placenta in your previous pregnancy which condition has experienced calcification is more at risk of being left behind in the uterus so that it triggers bleeding. It could also, excessive bleeding after copy that you experience is aggravated by the condition of the wound in your birth canal that does not go together. However, the various possible causes of post-saline bleeding as mentioned above also cannot be eliminated immediately without a comprehensive examination.
Management of post-saline bleeding can vary depending on the cause, severity, and condition of the patient in general. In general, if it is true that there is still a residual placenta left in your uterus, the doctor will give you several types of drugs, including a type of uterotonic to increase uterine contractions so that it is hoped that the remaining placenta that remains can come out by itself, and the bleeding will decrease. If this step has not been successful, a more invasive procedure can also be performed, for example by curette. Whether or not this pain is compared with labor induction can certainly be very subjective depending on the pain threshold of each different person. Generally, even if you have to undergo a curette, the doctor will give anesthesia (anesthesia) so that you do not feel pain. Meanwhile, related to the condition of your stitches that have not been fused, the doctor needs to evaluate first, whether your stitches are not integrated at all, or whether it is integrated but not optimal. If it is not integrated at all, it is possible to re-stitch it. While doing this, the doctor can also give you several types of drugs and / or supplements to optimize the healing process, prevent infection, and reduce pain.
For more details, you should consult directly with the obstetrician who treated you before yes ..
I hope this helps.