There Are Blood Spots Around The Fetal Sac On Ultrasound?
Good eveningrnrnMy wife is pregnantrnNow I am 11 weeks pregnantrnAt the age of 9 weeks, my wife did an obstetric check with a transvaginal devicernAnd the results were quite
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Normally, on ultrasound examination, there is no mass that limits the gestational sac with the uterine wall. It seems that the blood around the fetal sac can be a threat of miscarriage, or in the medical world it is called abortion imminens. This condition does not always lead to a true miscarriage. However, proper treatment is needed to maintain the pregnancy.
There are many factors that can increase a mother's risk of having an imminent abortion, including:
Maternal factors, for example if the mother has an anatomical abnormality of the uterus, autoimmune disorders (where the body mistakenly attacks its own cells), infections during pregnancy (for example due to viruses, bacteria, or parasites), mechanical injury (for example due to strenuous activities or hard impacts on the body). around the uterus)
Fetal factors, for example if the fetus you are carrying has a genetic disorder (congenital)
Environmental factors, for example if you are often exposed to drugs, radiation, cigarette smoke, or other harmful chemicals
It needs to be clarified through a direct doctor's examination of the possible causes that triggered your wife's condition. Therefore, given the limited information you provide, you and your wife should consult directly with an obstetrician who examines your wife.
In the meantime, to prevent the bleeding from multiplying, your wife should get plenty of rest, if necessary bed rest. Do not be too much activity, including sexual relations. Always live a healthy lifestyle and avoid exposure to smoke, pollution, and other chemicals. Help calm your wife's mind and give her the best according to God.
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dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah