Prolonged Brown Spots Accompanied By A Weak Fetal Heart Rate Can The Pregnancy Be Sustained?
I ticked and I checked the dke.sp because the heartbeat was still and the effort was easy and healthy …. after that it still sprung up to 1 week but the discharge came out and the brown to reddish brown … after that it stopped coming out again. after half a month the spots come out a little too brown and brown, then I check it to other SP after the ultrasound when the fetal heartbeat is weak so it has to be curetted … all I ask is whether it can be maintained using a booster more so if the situation is like that
Hello Arly Akifa,
Fetal heart rate normally ranges between 120-160 times / minute. A lower heart rate than that has a higher risk of fetal death. When it occurs in the first trimester of pregnancy it can increase the risk of spontaneous abortion. Bleeding from the birth canal in the first trimester can be caused due to:
The threat of abortion Ectopic pregnancy Sexually transmitted infections Gynecologic drugs generally contain the hormone progesterone. This hormone is the same as that produced by the mother's body, which is responsible for maintaining pregnancy. This drug can help maintain pregnancy if given in the first trimester. Uterine enhancing drugs are also only useful in the threat of abortion caused by luteal insufficiency. so if the factor causing abortion is something else then it is less useful. Its use can be justified on the instructions of a doctor who has checked the condition of your pregnancy.
Curettage action itself aims to remove the tissue in the uterus. This can be done if there is an abortion and the fetus can no longer be maintained. The action of curettage is done based on the consent of the patient, therefore it must be discussed in full what are the goals, benefits, risks, and complications of the action. For your case, you should still consult with a gynecologist about the best treatment for you and the fetus in the womb. Thus the explanation from me, may be useful.