Specks Out When Exhausted After Curettage?
hello, at the end of April I was curetted at a gestational age of 3 months because the fetus was unhappily like a normal week but the uterus was still empty but until now if I were far away, the activity would be out of control when it was menstrual, but it was normal but it was only a little too far until now, if I was far away, the activity would be exacerbated if it was menstrual.
Thank you for the question.
After undergoing a curette, bleeding will generally stop within 1 to 4 weeks because of the clean tissue of the remaining pregnancy in your uterus. To stop this bleeding, the doctor will usually prescribe several types of drugs, which of course must be supported also with adequate rest, healthy eating patterns, and first limit sexual relations involving vaginal penetration.
If for more than 1 month you still experience spots from the birth canal after curettage, as long as the amount is small and does not appear accompanied by other annoying complaints, such as severe stomach cramps, abnormal vaginal discharge, or other bleeding disorders (such as recurrent nosebleeds, reddish skin rashes, easily bruised), often this condition is not dangerous. Most likely, these spots occur due to irregular menstruation triggered by an unbalanced hormone condition. Not only is fatigue active, other factors such as stress, unhealthy lifestyles, side effects of drugs or contraception, body weight that is not ideal, to extreme exercise can also trigger this hormonal balance disorder.
It is better not to panic first. Make a few efforts first so that your menstruation returns regularly and does not come out of spots outside your menstrual schedule that should be:
Also exercise diligently every day (at least 30 minutes a session)
Eat a variety of balanced nutritious foods, rich in vitamin K and other antioxidants
Do not always do physical activity that is too heavy
When you're out of spots in large amounts, do not also have excessive sex
Keep your intimate organs clean well
Not taking drugs or supplements carelessly
If in the next 1-4 weeks your complaint repeats despite optimal efforts made above, or other disturbing complaints appear as we have explained above, you should check yourself back to the doctor or obstetrician to be given the best treatment, right? ... Various conditions, such as pelvic inflammation, myomas, uterine polyps, endometriosis, ovarian cysts, cervical cancer, to disorders of the thyroid gland or the pituitary also often trigger abnormal spots outside the menstrual cycle post-curette.
Hope this helps ...