The Treatment For Miscarriage And The Fetus Is Still In The Uterus?

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I want to ask, for example, if there is a woman who is pregnant, she is only 3 months old and the baby dies in her mother’s stomach but the mother is confused about how to remove it because every time she takes her man to the doctor she doesn’t want to keep hanging because her husband is afraid because they don’t have a husband and wife bond / unwed pregnancy. And as a result, the fetus has not been removed for more than 2 months. What is the solution? Thank you

1 Answer:

Hi,

Babies who die in the womb have different conditions with a miscarriage or what is called an abortion. Abortion is the death of a fetus in the womb at the age of under 20 weeks. There are 2 types of abortion, namely complete and incomplete abortion, in complete abortion, the fetal tissue that has died has all been released, incomplete abortion is a condition in which the fetal tissue that has fallen out of a part.

Symptoms of an abortion include:

bleeding from the vagina, discharge of tissue from the vagina, pain in the lower abdomen or back or pelvis decreased or there is no movement of the baby. there has been a miscarriage and whether the miscarriage is complete or not. This must be done several supporting examinations such as ultrasound, it is important to carry out appropriate handling whether it is necessary to use medication alone is enough to remove the remaining tissue or whether to perform a cleaning procedure such as a curette.

In contrast to abortion, the condition of fetal death in the womb is usually unknown, usually the sign is reduced or absent fetal movement while other signs are rare. To find out that fetal death has occurred, usually after checking the baby's heart rate or ultrasound examination. Handling of fetal death should be done by excretion or by curettage depending on the condition of the patient and the fetus. If no further treatment is done, it is difficult to get out on your own because there are no contractions. The risk if no further treatment is carried out is that there will be widespread infection, triggering cancer, it is difficult for the next pregnancy to occur.

Some of the things you need to pay attention to are:

Immediately check the condition to an obstetrician so that you can get immediate treatment, get enough rest, drink lots of water, eat lots of vegetables and fruit, don't delay any longer, read about miscarriage, fetal death

hopefully useful, thank you

dr. Danny

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