Why Should An Ectopic Pregnancy Be Performed By Caesarean Section?
Good evening doctor, I want to ask, yesterday in February I was pregnant outside the womb and it turns out the word doctor broke (miscarriage) inside all blood, and had to have a cesarean section. My question, the first, what really should be a fault, not in curette? Secondly, since my cesarean schedule has become irregular, sometimes I can get my period every two months, does cesarean section affect my doctor and my period? Thank you in advance.
Hello Yuli, thank you for asking.
Pregnancy outside the womb is called an ectopic pregnancy. Pregnancy means that the embryo is not attached to the uterine wall like normal. Normal pregnancy, the embryo is embedded in the uterine wall called the endometrium, so when the embryo grows enlarged, the embryo is in the uterine cavity.
In an ectopic pregnancy, the embryo attaches itself to the location of the uterine wall. The most common location for an ectopic pregnancy is in the fallopian tubes. The fallopian tube is a channel that connects the ovaries (ovaries) with the uterus. The channel is only 1-2 cm in diameter. So, if the embryo attaches to the fallopian tube wall and then the embryo grows enlarged, the fallopian tube will rupture and bleeding occurs. This is called an ectopic pregnancy (KET).
KET is an emergency condition because it can cause severe bleeding in the abdominal cavity. This can cause death if not treated immediately. Curettage, serves to take embryonic tissue that is present in the uterine cavity in a normal pregnancy. Because there is no embryo in the KET in the uterine cavity, curettage cannot be done. That's why doctors have to do surgery to open the abdominal cavity. The doctor will repair the torn fallopian tubes, cleaning the tissue and blood contained in the abdominal cavity.
The operation is not associated with menstrual disorders. Menstrual disorders are generally caused by disorders of hormonal balance, psychological stress, the effects of certain drugs, the effects of contraception, eating disorders, or other chronic diseases. Discuss menstrual disorders with the doctor who treats you. The doctor will try to find out why and adjust the treatment.
That is my explanation. May be useful. Regards.