Prolonged Bleeding After Curettage Due To Wine Pregnancy?
good night doctr, … I want to ask, .. I did 1 day 22 curette doctrine said I was pregnant with wine, after 1 week I was given a therapeutic drug, but from the curette my sampat came back again there was always a liquid that came out, and that was merh2 color young (slimy) kadg2 is also brown, after the therapeutic drug after I check again, the doctor says my uterus has bubbles, then given the drug for 5 days, he said, I hope that lumps in the rhim can get out, but after the medicine runs out there isn’t out, check again when the uterus has a problem, what I want to know is what kind of disease is it deck, .. (after menstruation I finished mpek now still out of the mucus, prut feels pain, how to overcome it? thanks
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Grape pregnancy or hydatidiform mole is a condition in which the egg and placenta cells are unable to develop and will form a collection of cysts (fluid-filled bubbles) that look like white grapes that fail to grow into a baby. Symptoms resemble the usual symptoms of pregnancy and are marked by the appearance of bleeding from the vagina, especially in the first trimester, and void-shaped bubbles coming out of the vagina.
The main treatment of this disease is removal of abnormal tissue as soon as possible through a curette or removal of the uterus to prevent complications, one of which is gestational trophoblastic disease. After a curette, the patient will normally experience mild vaginal bleeding for about 2 weeks, and the patient is instructed to routinely control, to see the progress of the disease. If you still see bubbles during ultrasound, this indicates that there is still tissue in your uterus, which needs to be evaluated for its causes and how to deal with it in the future.
As for the things you can do right now are:
If you can't stand the pain, you can take pain medication such as paracetamol with the dosage shown on the medicine package. Consuming enough water to prevent dehydration. Consuming nutritious foods, especially those containing iron. Resting adequately If you get the following symptoms and signs, I suggest you to immediately visit the nearest health facility that has a specialist obstetrics and gynecologist:
Dizziness until fainting Continuous bleeding for more than 2 weeks Cramps persistent for more than 2 weeks Bleeding that occurs is heavier than during menstruation, or if the amount of blood that comes out can approximately fill one dressing every one hour Fever more than 38 degrees Celsius Such information that I can provide, hopefully can help you.