The Effect Of Bleeding During Early Pregnancy On Fetal Development In The Future?
Hello, introduce my name eka. I want to ask, I’m pregnant 1 month 2 days. Now I am bleeding, it’s been ultrasound, the doctor said there is still hope, so I am on utrogestan medication 200mg + prenatal, but up to 1 day the bleeding is still ongoing, I have two questions, 1. After bleeding does it affect the growth of my baby, what does it mean? 2. The bleeding took place today, huh? Please answer, doctor ,,
Wa alaikumsalam Eka, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Bleeding during pregnancy is a condition that is often frightening. But in reality, this is often experienced by pregnant women, and in fact tends to be common in the early semester of pregnancy.
Among the causes of bleeding during pregnancy are miscarriage, sexual intercourse, pregnancy outside the uterus, detachment of the placenta or placenta, the location of the placenta near the mouth of the uterus, implantation bleeding. What can distinguish this is the obstetrician after conducting a direct examination and support which is usually an ultrasound.
Regarding your case, actually because we don't know how much bleeding you have had, how long it has been, whether there is pain or not, whether there is an opening in your cervix or not and the like, we cannot confirm the correct diagnosis, treatment, how long the bleeding took take place and whether it will have an effect or not. For example, if the bleeding is light and not too painful, and the supply of oxygen to your fetus is not interrupted, it shouldn't have any effect. But if the bleeding is a lot of pain, the condition can be different.
So what we can suggest to you is to control more routinely at the obstetrician, especially when the medicine is about to run out but your bleeding complaints do not decrease. You can also immediately go to the emergency room at the nearest hospital if the complaints you feel worsen with more blood coming out, accompanied by excruciating pain, or tissue discharge from your genitals. Meanwhile, consume drugs that are given regularly, reduce physical activity, avoid stress and cigarette smoke, do not take drugs without doctor's recommendation, and routine pregnancy control. So, hopefully it answers your question.