Prolonged Pelvic Bone Pain After A Miscarriage?
, 1 week ago I had a miscarriage at 1.5 – 2 months of age in the womb (I don’t know for sure how old my womb is). . What I want to ask, on 3 kmren I traveled for 4 hours using a motorized vehicle, and at night suddenly my back pelvis was very painful after waking up from the ground. Since the 3rd day until now, my backstage bones have been very painful all of a sudden whether I am sitting / wanting to sit / want to stand / after lying down. Is this the effect of miscarriage ?? Plus my body experiences shocks when driving ?? Please explain doctor .. Because I have never experienced pelvic pain like this before. When it relapsed it hurt so much that I was unable to move my pelvis / sat. (the pain is not long but often and can appear suddenly) For the answer I say thank you
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Miscarriages can occur spontaneously until all the tissue in the uterus is perfectly clean. However, not infrequently, after a miscarriage, there is still tissue left in the uterus so that further treatment needs to be done to remove it, such as by administering drugs or also surgery (curette). Remaining unclean tissue in the uterus can trigger you to experience prolonged bleeding. Not only that, the rest of this tissue can also be a hotbed of infection that has the potential to endanger your health. Furthermore, tissue in the uterine wall can trigger scar tissue formation which can reduce your fertility in the future.
Your condition that is still bleeding pretty much 1 week after a miscarriage can be a sign that there is still residual tissue in your uterus after a miscarriage. This condition also can ultimately make you feel great pain around the pelvis. Excessive physical activity, mental stress after a miscarriage, and body posture that is not ergonomic in activity can further aggravate this pain. It could also, pain in the pelvis that you feel arises due to other complications, such as urinary tract infections, kidney stones, pelvic inflammation, inflammation of the intestine, constipation, viral or bacterial infections, nerve nerves, and so on.
If it is true that the pain that appears is very severe, it is difficult for you in your activities, and there is still a lot of bleeding until now, you should not let it. Check with yourself directly to the doctor or obstetrician to be given the best treatment. At home, you can first make the following efforts:
Not always tiring overactivity
Compress the painful pelvic side with warm water
Eat healthy and nutritious food
Not used to have sex if there is still a lot of blood coming from the genitals
Not taking drugs carelessly
Does not massage the painful pelvic area
Do not smoke
Hope this helps ...