The Cause Of Bleeding Out Of The Vagina After Using An Obstetric Booster
good morning doc. I want to ask about pregnancy. I hpht on February 27 ,2020 last March the 25th I tested the results of line 2. Then I waited for 1 week. Pas 1 week on 2april2020 I check again and the results are the same line 2. Then I immediately check with Dr. In content, then I was transgaginal because I was only late for a week. And the results of that ultrasound circle are still small. Is that an embryo or a fetus? I asked her how many weeks she was from her pregnancy, but she said she didn’t know because it wasn’t visible. I was told to go back again on 16april2020. Then I was given an ustrogestant drug that strengthens the womb. Every night 1 tablet is inserted into the vagina. Gradually 3 days. On the 4th day, why did I bleed? But a little. At least 1-2 drops until now still come out a little, but I also do not feel abdominal pain. What should I do, doc. I immediately check again, what are you waiting for the control date? Thank you dock
Thank you for the question.
Late menstruation accompanied by positive testpack results is most likely a sign that you are pregnant. However, aside from being pregnant, menstruation late can also occur due to stress, fatigue, hormonal disorders, obesity, unhealthy diet, ovarian cysts, grape pregnancy, ectopic pregnancy, empty pregnancy, thyroid gland disorders, pituitary gland disorders, and various other diseases. The way the testpack is not right, and some of the factors that cause menstrual delays can also make a false positive testpack.
If after ultrasound there is a small circle in your uterus, this circle may refer to the sac of pregnancy. But indeed, if there is no visible fetus in this circle, it is uncertain whether you are actually pregnant or not. Because, empty pregnancy can also cause the appearance of a circle in the uterus that resembles a pregnancy sac.
The discharge of blood spots that you are experiencing at this time, can naturally occur due to pregnancy spots, due to drug side effects, or also due to various pregnancy disorders and medical disorders above. Although you do not experience abdominal pain, if these spots appear repeatedly with a considerable amount, you better check back to the doctor or obstetrician to be sure what the cause.
In the meantime, you can do it first:
Rest totally, do not do any activity, except for light ones
Do not have sex before the doctor declares it safe
Take care of your food and drink intake
Don't think too much
Keep your intimate organs clean
Do not take any medicine or herbal medicine, other than those given by the doctor
Many pray to God to be given the best
Hope this helps ...