Spots Appear At 9 Weeks Of Pregnancy?
My second pregnancy is 9 weeks. I was on the 19th November yesterday leaving for a study tour to guide students. To the 2nd museum. Well there are many walks up and down stairs. The next day I immediately worked teaching as a motorcycle. The distance between school and home is quite far. When I urinated in the school toilet I saw a few bloodstains until today, 21 nov. Just a little. Yesterday, she was immediately examined by a midwife in the ultrasound, said she had a small empty pregnancy bag like 6 weeks. Cmn on the ultrasound screen is like not clear the image of the drop tool in the squeeze button. Pretty bad. I was given boosters and other vitamins. While told to bedrest. And requested 2 more weeks to check. Please advise the explanation. It’s easy to have a pregnancy with no problems
Hello. Thank you for the question submitted to HealthReplies.com. We can understand the concern you feel.
The discharge of blood spots from the birth canal is one of the presumptive symptoms (characterizing the possibility of pregnancy) which is quite often found in early pregnancy. In the early age of pregnancy, the discharge of blood spots is usually caused by the process of attaching the fertilization of an egg cell by sperm cells to the uterine wall.
If your obstetrician and gynecologist who treats you says that you should take bed rest during and take certain medications and vitamins, we encourage you to follow the instructions given. The doctor who treats you directly certainly has more complete clinical information about your condition because you have anamnesis and physical examination, which is also supported by an ultrasound examination (USG). To ensure the condition of your pregnancy, it is necessary to have a serial check-up / step-by-step so that you are also advised to conduct a control visit 2 weeks later. We recommend that you also follow these recommendations so that your condition can be evaluated appropriately and given treatment that may be needed.
As a recommendation, you are advised to get adequate rest, avoid strenuous physical activity, drink at least 8 glasses of water a day, and eat regularly balanced nutritious foods. Immediately consult yourself to the doctor if the discharge is accompanied by other symptoms, such as dizziness, fever, pain in the lower abdomen, heavy bleeding from the birth canal, to decreased consciousness.
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