sorry I want it again, but sorry a little crita. This is in January when I gave birth during pregnancy, my hb was low, I had a nosebleed too. I gave birth at 2 pm everything went smoothly but at noon at 10 o’clock I was bleeding so badly that the stitches were torn again then curated again and performed a vaginal operation. The doctor did not explain why did I reach that kind of thing. but until now my uterus is still skit, what’s the cause? And how do you heal it? Thank you
Hello, Yuniar purbowati, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Pain in the lower abdomen can be caused by the uterus or other organs in the lower abdomen, for example: the large intestine, bladder, appendix, and ovaries. The causes can be various, for example due to infection (urinary tract infection, pelvic inflammatory disease), a lump in the reproductive organs (for example: uterine myoma, ovarian cyst, etc.), constipation (constipation), appendicitis (appendicitis), influence hormonal (such as menstrual pain, use of contraceptives), etc.
To ascertain the cause of the pain and in what organs the abnormality is, a doctor must directly examine it. The doctor will ask you about your complaints, perform a physical examination, especially of the abdomen and reproductive organs, and perform other necessary supporting examinations, such as complete blood counts, urine examinations, ultrasound, to x-rays. Treatment of this complaint depends on the cause.
Heavy bleeding after childbirth can be caused by several things, namely, from tearing of the birth canal, less uterine contractions, remaining tissue in the uterus, to blood clotting disorders. The doctor performs the actions you described (stitches torn and then sutured again, curettage, uterine surgery) in an attempt to stop the bleeding from occurring. Because if the bleeding is not stopped, it can be fatal, from dropping blood pressure to death.
You can do the following to relieve complaints and prevent worsening:
1. Use a pain cream or compress with warm water on the sore.
2. Take ibuprofen or paracetamol.
3. Get enough rest.
4. Maintain cleanliness and health of reproductive organs.
5. If symptoms do not improve, or are accompanied by complaints: bleeding from the vagina outside the menstrual cycle, pain or bleeding during / after sexual intercourse, vaginal discharge, fever, pain when urinating, you should immediately see a doctor for further tests. .
That's all, hopefully it's useful.
Greetings, dr. Sarah Rizqia.