Why After The Curette Feels Weak, Dizzy, No Appetite And Aching Bones?

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Good afternoon …….. Thank you for your help. My mother and I finally got taken to the hospital and had to be curetted. After the curette was in a stable condition. , no appetite and bone pain. please ask for the info …

1 Answer:

Hello Chioopy,


Thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.

Excessive bleeding from the birth canal (menorrhagia) there are many possible causes, including due to impaired hormonal balance, pelvic inflammation, myoma, endometriosis, adenomyosis, polycystic ovary syndrome, uterine polyps, to malignancy (such as cervical cancer or cervical cancer). It could also, this bleeding actually occurs due to disorders of other organs outside the reproductive system, for example disorders of the thyroid gland, pituitary gland, blood clotting disorders, to the side effects of drugs and contraception.


This condition needs to be dealt with quickly and precisely so as not to lead to dangerous complications, including shock (shock) that can be life threatening. Depending on the cause and severity of the condition, menorrhagia can be treated in various ways, including curettage. This curette is usually done if the source of bleeding occurs associated with excessive uterine wall proliferation.


Post curettage, the emergence of complaints of dizziness, weakness, loss of appetite, and bone aches may occur because part of the recovery process is not optimal, or it could be due to other causes, such as anemia, viral or bacterial infections, digestive disorders, malignancies, inflammation (such as rheumatoid arthritis or lupus), etc. Without checking your mother's condition directly, of course it is very difficult for us to identify the cause of her complaint.


Our advice, if your mother's condition seems very alarming, you should check her back to the doctor or obstetrician to be given further treatment. At home, you can first make the following efforts:

Ask your mother for a bed rest (complete rest, bed rest)
Give your mother a meal, even if it is a little important often
Give him too much to drink so as not to limp and dizzy
Let your mother rest and sleep more
Warm compresses on aching bones, don't be careless
Do not carelessly give your mother additional medicine unless prescribed directly by a doctor

Hope this helps ...

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