Time For Obstetrical Booster Injection With A History Of Miscarriage?
In the afternoon … I want to ask, yesterday I did a test pack and it was positive … hpht 26 February, when should I start injecting the obstacle booster? Because before I had a miscarriage …
Hello Nurul, thank you for asking.
Congratulations on your pregnancy this time. Women with a history of miscarriage do tend to be more worried about the possibility of a miscarriage of repeat. The thing that must be identified first is, determine the cause of miscarriage. Various reasons can underlie miscarriage, for example:
Untreated TORCH infections. other infections during early trimester pregnancy. disorders of reproductive hormone balance. the cervix (cervix) which is incompetent. the fetus does not develop. disorders of the placenta. injury to the mother. the effects of certain drugs or chemicals. the condition of mothers with chronic pain. There are many other things that can trigger a miscarriage. That is why, doctors must identify as much as possible, what might be the cause of your miscarriage. If indeed the doctor suspects that there is an imbalance in the levels of hormones that trigger miscarriage, then it is possible that the doctor will start uterine enhancing therapy. However, when the therapy is started, the type of treatment, and whether it is necessary to do hormone therapy, depends entirely on the results of the obstetrician's examination. You should consult with a midwifery doctor to get clarity about these matters.
You can prevent a repeat miscarriage, with adequate rest, especially at night. Nutritional intake must be balanced, both in terms of carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vegetables and fruits. Avoid excessive stress so as not to increase the risk to the fetus. Thus the answer from me, I hope you benefit. Regards.