Stomach Cramps To The Back And A Little Bleeding?
Good evening, because of the lack of health services and is quite far from where you live. From this question I just want to make sure the condition of the fetus and my wife, with 11 weeks of pregnancy, my wife experienced stomach cramps that felt strong and pain in the lower back and a little bleeding accompanied by mucus (brownish thick blood). starting three days ago until now it still comes out even though little by little. Is that a sign of miscarriage? If it is, is the fetus likely to be able to come out on its own?
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Need to be clarified, how much blood comes out of your wife's genitals? Is lumpy like meat? Is your wife still able to work as usual? Previously, was your pregnancy confirmed by an ultrasound examination?
Many people prematurely conclude a pregnancy based only on positive testpack results. Whereas ideally, a woman can only be sure to become pregnant if it is confirmed that there is a fetus in her womb by ultrasound examination.
If it is true that your wife has undergone an ultrasound examination and was declared pregnant by a doctor, then stomach cramps to the back accompanied by discharge of mucus and blood from the genitals may indeed be a sign of miscarriage. This miscarriage in the medical realm is defined as a pregnancy that ends before the 20th week of birth or before the weight of the fetus reaches 500 grams. The causes can be many, can be due to fetal chromosome abnormalities, infection in the womb, hypertension or uncontrolled maternal diabetes, trauma, and so on. This miscarriage can lead to the end of pregnancy (abortion insipiens, ongoing miscarriage) may or may not (abortion imminens, the threat of miscarriage).
Not only a miscarriage, your wife can also have complaints caused by other disorders, such as ectopic pregnancy (pregnancy outside the womb), pregnancy wine, empty pregnancy, urinary tract infections, reproductive tract infections, trauma, and many other possibilities.
To be clear, your wife needs to confirm it directly to the obstetrician. If you are constrained by distance, the nearest health care provider (such as a general practitioner, midwife, or nurse) can be used as an early alternative to be evaluated, whether early treatment can be given to your wife and the fetus in the womb.
For now, it is recommended for your wife to have a total rest (bed rest, bed rest) and avoid sexual intercourse that involves vaginal penetration. Make sure your wife eats and drinks regularly and is healthy so that her stamina is always maintained. Remind him to always maintain the cleanliness of his sex organs. And help reduce pain and cramps in the abdomen and back by compressing it using warm water.
Hope this helps ...