Severe Abdominal Pain Without Post-curettage Bleeding?
hello, I just had about 4 days ago I had a miscarriage 10 weeks after it was curetted. 2 days after curette I feel comfortable to work as usual. The first day after that I still felt blood coming out but only on the first day. Furthermore, to this day I still go to work where every morning and night my stomach cramps and hurts a lot. even 3 days after curette i feel like a great mules. but until now I have not bled, it’s just like a clear yellow vaginal discharge.
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After curettage, many women still experience bleeding or abdominal pain. These complaints are usually mild, and occur as a result of uterine healing that is not optimal. With proper handling, these complaints should improve in 1 to 2 weeks without leaving significant complaints.
Having ended post-curettage bleeding is likely a sign that your uterus is healing well. As for abdominal pain that appears without bleeding, it is generally not dangerous. However, if this abdominal pain is of very intense intensity, for example, it makes it difficult for you to do even light activities, then you should still get it checked again by a doctor or obstetrician who treats you. It could be, this pain arises from damage or perforation of the cervix, uterus, bladder, or other organs around it. It could also, this abdominal pain arises due to other causes that are not directly related to the curettage you had previously had urinary tract infections, fibroyalgia, bladder stones, pelvic inflammation, colitis, irritable bowel syndrome, gastroenteritis, dyspepsia, and so on. Excessive yellowish discharge may indicate inflammation in your reproductive organs which makes the activity of the surrounding glandular cells increase. If the severe abdominal pain appears accompanied by other complaints, for example, fever, chills, or unpleasant-smelling discharge from the vagina, then the examination should no longer be delayed.
Several examinations, not only physical examinations, but also laboratory examinations, ultrasound, and so on can also be done by doctors to determine the best treatment for your condition. In mild conditions, treatment is generally done by simply administering several drugs. However, if the case is more severe, other, more invasive medical procedures can also be done.
In the meantime, you should first relieve the pain that appears by using a warm compress while taking regular medications that the doctor gave you. Also limit all activities that are too strenuous, especially those that involve contracting the muscles around the pelvis or abdomen, for example lifting heavy objects, walking or standing too long, and so on. Get used to eating regularly, reduce the consumption of foods that are too spicy, contain lots of gas, and also avoid unhygienic processed foods.
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