Prolonged Bleeding After Consuming Drugs To Abort The Womb?
Congratulations mlm, 1 month ago my PCR had an abortion using a gastrul drug, the abortion was successful. After an abortion of blood that came out for 1 week has stopped but on the 12th of this month coincided with the date of her menstruation again and her period of blood came out so much that her sanitary pads leaked. His menstruation was prolonged for 1 week until now accompanied by pain in his stomach and waist. Explanation please. Thank you
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Abortion is an act of terminating the pregnancy prematurely without any suitable medical indication. Abortion is unlawful, because it can be risky and cause death for pregnant women.
Some of the complications of an abortion are:
2. the remaining fertilized tissue remains in the uterus
5. scar tissue in the uterus that can cause interference with subsequent pregnancy
6. stomach pain or stomach cramps
If a patient with a history of abortion has a disturbing complaint, it is advisable to have a direct consultation with an obstetrician so that the doctor can conduct interviews, physical examinations, and supporting examinations such as blood tests or ultrasound examination. Thus, the doctor can ascertain whether or not there is residual tissue resulting from fertilization in the uterus or other complications at risk.
In connection with your question, the existence of prolonged menstruation with excessive menstrual bleeding after 1 month prior to an abortion, the condition of prolonged menstrual bleeding is likely to be caused by a history of previous abortion.
Because after the previous abortion, medical data has not been obtained that shows that the remaining tissue from the fertilization has been cleared, so there is a possibility of complications from the abortion in the form of the remaining fertilized tissue still attached to the uterus. However, this condition does need a direct examination by a doctor, one of them with an ultrasound examination as described above, so that it can know the condition of the uterus at this time. Without a direct examination to the obstetrician, then this complaint is difficult to ascertain.
For now, patients should maintain their physical condition, and avoid excessive activity, this is to prevent the risk of ongoing bleeding and prevent the risk of anemia or lack of blood.
Thus the info we can convey.