The Cause Of Brown Spots For 2 Weeks In The First Trimester Of Pregnancy?
A good afternoon,. I want to ask. I tested positive, even in the midwife was positive. The lab test is also a positive result. But I slept for 2 weeks, and it was brown. Do I have a miscarriage in early pregnancy or is it normal in the first trimester to inflame so? Thank you
Good evening Sheila, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Spotting at the beginning of pregnancy if only experienced 1-2x and in small amounts can still be said to be a normal spot because the spots can be caused by attaching an fertilized egg to the uterine wall.
However, if these spots are felt continuously for 2 weeks even more so when it comes out in sufficient quantities, it can be said that this is not normal during early pregnancy so it is advisable for you to check with a gynecologist for further examination. regarding the condition of your pregnancy, whether there is a threat of miscarriage, a weak uterus, blighted ovum, or grapes pregnancy.
After evaluating your pregnancy and your fetus, you can further determine what therapy should be given to you according to the cause of the spots. In the meantime you are advised to take a full rest at home, limit your daily activities, do not do strenuous activities, avoid stress and maintain your daily nutritional intake. Also avoid having intimate relationships until there are further recommendations from your obstetrician. Nor is it advisable to take any medicine without doctor's advice.
I hope this helps.