Shortness Of Breath Accompanied By Bleeding From The Vagina And Flatulence?
Hello,. I want to ask about my mother’s illness. In the last few months my mother had been to the puskesmas in the hospital for a few days there because of difficulty breathing, after returning home I took the initiative to call an acquaintance who worked at the puskesmas to be examined, and the nurse said that the hemorrhage decreased to 3 due to the blood coming out from V like a woman it’s just that it’s almost 1 month ..
Wa alaikumsalam, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Previously it needs to be understood that symptoms that appear together, do not always originate from one disease. Especially in the case of your mother, difficulty in breathing, bleeding from the vagina and flatulence are not common conditions encountered together.
Even if there is a connection, bleeding can cause red blood cell levels to decrease and this can cause shortness of breath. But it should not cause bloating, but rather weak and lack energy. In addition, we do not know what blood booster medication your mother consumes, because blood booster drugs that are sold freely, for example sangobion, add blood to those who experience lack of blood because their bodies lack iron. So if your mother lacks blood because the blood comes out, given blood booster medicine will not affect.
Furthermore, you mentioned the Hb dropped to 3, this also needs to be ascertained, whether down 3 points, or down to levels 3 mg / dL. Because if it reaches 3 mg / dL, it is already life threatening and the handling must be in the form of transfusion.
So what we want to say, there is still a lot of important information that has not been completed in your mother's case, and as such we cannot provide further information without conducting a direct examination. If forced, misunderstandings can occur that actually hurt yourself.
Our advice, immediately check with your mother at the internal medicine doctor or to the nearest hospital emergency room, do not give any treatment from anyone without doctor's advice and examination. A full examination is needed including blood tests, kidney function tests, liver function tests and maybe ultrasound to ensure proper diagnosis and treatment for your mother. Therefore, do not delay and have your mother checked. So, hopefully answering your question.