What Is The Function Of Gastrul After Childbirth Is Normal?
Malem, I gave birth last October 24, but my baby died of sepsis, today I consulted with a SPOG doctor to get a prescription for gastrul, who I want to ask about the safe post-delivery gastrul medicine? The doctor said there was still blood remaining so he had to take the medicine. But I am afraid of feeling stomach contractions when taking the drug. Explanation please
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Gastrul is a drug that contains Misoprostol. This drug can be used for various indications, including for the protection of the stomach in the use of NSAID drugs, drugs to help abortion with its use with other drugs (this is illegal to do in Indonesia), and can help the removal of residual tissue after pregnancy or post-abortion pregnancy .
The purpose of this drug is given in your case is to stimulate your uterus to contract and remove the remaining pregnancy tissue yourself. The main side effects that may occur are abdominal pain (due to uterine contractions), nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. If you are doubtful and do not want to take this medicine, you can consult directly with your obstetrician so that you can take action to remove the remaining tissue in other ways, for example by curettage. One thing you need to remember, the existence of the remaining tissue in the womb of pregnancy can cause ongoing bleeding and this condition can be dangerous if left unchecked. Therefore, you should not just leave your condition alone. If you really don't want to take the medicine, immediately consult your obstetrician.
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