When Can I Get Pregnant Again After Becoming Pregnant With Grapes?
Morning … r nSeveral days ago after the curette I did not check what else “by the doctor only recommended routine control and postponed 2 years of pregnancy. Is if less than 2 years pregnant can be mola again.? Because if you wait 2 years too long Thank you for the response …
Did you experience hydatidiform mole before your curette? Hydatidiform mole or called grape pregnancy is a condition in which there is a disruption in the process of developing an egg cell that has been fertilized by a sperm cell. The disorder will cause the fetus to not grow and instead become a collection of cysts / bubbles filled with liquid resembling white wine.
Wine pregnancy can be identified through an ultrasound examination and blood tests to determine the hormone HCG (pregnancy hormone). Handling of wine pregnancy is by curettage. If the patient does not want to get pregnant again, a uterine removal / hysterectomy procedure can be considered. After a curette, the patient will be asked for routine control, usually every 2 weeks to check HCG hormone levels. This routine check can be done up to about 1 year. This routine HCG examination to monitor whether there are abnormal cells that grow back and lead to trophoblastic disease. If there is a tendency to experience trophoblastic disease, then given further treatment with chemotherapy.
Regarding pregnancy, patients with a history of sunfish can get pregnant again with a healthy and normal pregnancy, although they are more at risk of experiencing sunburn than pregnant women without a history of sunfish. However, patients are advised to postpone pregnancy during the monitoring period of around 1-2 years. If pregnancy occurs before it is certain that abnormal cells do not grow again, it is feared that the pregnancy will be disrupted due to abnormal cells returning to the body in the womb.
Therefore, I suggest that you exercise routine control with the doctor who treats you and follow the advice to postpone pregnancy for the first 2 years. If you are not satisfied with the doctor's advice, you can seek a second opinion with another obstetrician so that you can re-evaluate your condition.
Hope it helps you,