The Cause Of Bleeding During One Month’s Pregnancy?
Night doctor, I was pregnant and one month ago I was smitten with bleeding … well because I was coughing I was given bisolvon cough medicine, was it okay for my fetus … the dose was given 20 drops to be honest I am suitable for using the drug. I read dgoogle a pregnant woman can’t help using the drug r n r nAnd my question. r nDo I have to continue taking the medicine if the cough comes again or what
Hello sister Siti,
Bleeding during pregnancy can be caused by several things including: uterine contractions due to fatigue, sexual intercourse, stress, infection or coughing. Placenta adhesion disorders such as low lying placenta (placenta previa) or dislodged placenta (placenta solution). Sign of a miscarriage.
If there is significant bleeding, more than 2 days, accompanied by heartburn and fast stomach or dizziness, nausea, vomiting, fever, and weakness, consult your gynecologist immediately for treatment.
Consumption of drugs during pregnancy or when planning a pregnancy should consult your doctor to prevent the active ingredients of the drug from harming the fetus' pregnancy and causing disabilities. The consumption of drug B contains the active ingredient Bromhexine HCl, which functions to thin out sputum. Based on research, the active ingredient of this drug does not cause interference with pregnancy and the fetus. If you are confused, consult the doctor who treats you.
What can be done at home if you have a cough, such as consuming warm water, avoiding fried or fried foods, avoiding cold drinks and artificial sweeteners. Eat nutritious foods and fruits to increase endurance. If you have a cough with yellowish sputum, you have shortness of breath and fever for more than 2 weeks, you should consult your doctor to check for lung disease detection.