The Cause Of Bleeding Lips When Entering Gestational Age Is 37 Weeks?
I want to ask at the age at 37 weeks of 4 days of my pregnancy … I still like to have a lot of blood on my lips, yes … can that affect the baby’s dede …
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Bleeding lips can occur due to minor causes, but can also be dangerous. Most often, the lips can bleed as a result of biting, sucking, or exfoliating them. It could also be, the lips may bleed due to dry lips, lack of vitamins, injury (for example due to impact), mouth sores, irritation, or infection (for example due to fungi or viruses). In some rare conditions, frequent bleeding lips can also indicate a more serious condition, such as tumors (mucocele, fibroma, sarcoma, melanoma), blood clotting disorders (such as due to blood cancer, hemophilia), and so on.
If there is only a small amount of blood coming out of your lips, this condition generally does not have a negative impact on your fetus. However, some of the possible causes of bleeding lips as mentioned above can also cause the development of your fetus to be disturbed, for example if your bleeding lips occur due to nutritional deficiencies or blood clotting disorders. Not only that, infection of the lips which can also cause lips to bleed, if not handled properly can also spread to other parts of your body, even to the fetus in your womb. If the bleeding from your lips is very massive, it could also be that this condition causes you to experience anemia (low blood hemoglobin) which affects the amount of oxygen perfusion to the fetus.
Therefore, if you experience bleeding lips that recur very often and cause profuse bleeding, you should not take it lightly. Check with yourself directly to a doctor or obstetrician so that you can further investigate what kind of treatment is best to deal with it. It could be that the doctor will refer you to a dermatologist or recommend that you undergo blood tests or a tissue biopsy on the lips if necessary.
In the meantime, you should protect your lips from bleeding frequently, that is, by not getting into the habit of biting, sucking, or rubbing them. Keep your lips moist by drinking more, don't breathe too much through your mouth, use lip balm, and eat more vegetables and fruits, especially those rich in vitamin C and vitamin K. When your lips are bleeding, first reduce the consumption of foods that are too oily and also spicy. Always keep your lip area clean, namely by not wearing excessive cosmetics and also not touching your lips with dirty hands.
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