What Is The Reasonable Length Of Bleeding After A Miscarriage Without Curettage?
Good morning. R nI want to ask, I experienced a collision on the 10th NOV last, which was accompanied by miscarriage signs, even until a blood clot came out, after that the next day I pulled out like a clot as big as a fist but I didn’t pay much attention because at that time at that time even feel mules2 like org chapter. after that even then I no longer feel like org people generally like nausea and dizzy as before. And after that I continued to bleed until now, and sometimes small blood clots like me menstruating, is that still normal or dangerous?
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Bleeding accompanied by a blood clot can be a sign of miscarriage if there are clinical signs of pregnancy before. Need more detailed information on whether you were previously pregnant positively and how many weeks gestational age. The bleeding that you are experiencing might be caused by a complete spontaneous abortion, in which all the dead fetal tissue comes out of the uterus. Complete abortion can be characterized by mild to moderate abdominal pain followed by bleeding and removal of all fetal tissue from the womb at less than 20 weeks' gestation. Generally abortion / miscarriage of this type does not require any medical treatment and it is advisable to take a break and take drugs to relieve the symptoms experienced. How long the bleeding occurs, it depends on the age of the womb, the amount of the womb, the use of drugs during pregnancy, the method of action taken (curettage / natural) and other complications that may occur. Generally post-miscarriage bleeding can occur between 7 to 14 days, but this certainly varies from woman to woman due to various other factors that influence it. Menstrual cycles will also be affected by being irregular for 6-12 weeks after a miscarriage occurs. You do not need to worry, because bleeding is a normal thing that happens after a miscarriage. Hormonal influence plays a big role in these events. In addition, psychological factors such as stress, fatigue, nutrition consumed and environmental factors can also influence it.
I suggest you to consult directly with an obstetrician to get complete information and examination related to the condition that you are experiencing at this time. Beware if bleeding does not improve within 2 months after a miscarriage occurs, and accompanied by other complaints that interfere with your activities.
To maintain your health and reproductive organs, the following steps can be taken:
Perform a healthy lifestyle
Eat healthy and nutritious foods
Avoid stress and fatigue
Avoid strenuous activities
Avoid smoking and alcohol consumption
Inadequate water needs
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