Still Feel Nausea, Vomiting, Post-miscarriage Breast Pain?
I want to ask, last November 16 I was bleeding. Mrs. Midwife diagnosed miscarriage. When on ultrasound, the uterine sac has formed but the fetus is not visible. But pregnancy symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, breast pain, etc. I still feel it until now. Is my fetus still able to develop in the sense that Mrs. midwife is misdiagnosed? Or what? Please explain, thank you.
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Need to be clarified, have you confirmed the results of the examination to an obstetrician?
Miscarriage, which is the end of pregnancy before the fetus is able to survive independently outside the mother's womb, can be characterized by lumpy bleeding, a lot, accompanied by abdominal cramps to the waist whose intensity is quite intense. The diagnosis of miscarriage can be confirmed through an ultrasound examination by an obstetrician. Normally, on an ultrasound examination, a woman who has a miscarriage will no longer be able to observe an intact fetus and other pregnancy tissue in the uterus.
It still seems that the sac of pregnancy in your uterus can indicate several conditions, for example:
Incomplete abortion (incomplete miscarriage) Blighted ovum (empty pregnancy) Age of the uterus is still very small (less than 8 weeks) If you have confirmed the results of the midwife's examination to the obstetrician, there is a high possibility of nausea, vomiting, and breast pain You feel is only the impact of hormonal conditions that have not been balanced after a miscarriage.
However, if you have never seen yourself directly to an obstetrician, you should not always draw conclusions too early. Check with your doctor first to be evaluated for the best treatment to do. If it is true that you have a miscarriage, then your doctor can give some decay medication or also recommend that a curette be done so that the tissue in your uterus is perfectly clean and you are ready to conceive a new fetus later.
So that your complaints are currently reduced, you try to compress the sore breasts with warm water. Eat regularly and reduce consumption of spicy, sour, and fried foods first. Calm your heart and mind, then affirm all your life's destiny to God Almighty.
Hope this helps ...