1. Threatened Miscarriage: This is what you can do
Vaginal bleeding in the first twenty weeks of the pregnancy that risks the chances of a miscarriage.
Almost 25% of pregnant women face some sort of vaginal bleeding in the first two trimesters and approximately 50% of them actually experience a miscarriage .
- A threatened miscarriage is the official name of abnormal bleeding during pregnancy that increases or indicates the threat of a miscarriage.
- It requires a proper medical diagnosis
- Lab tests and imaging might be required
- It can be treated by a medical practitioner
Pregnant women are at a higher risk of a threatened miscarriage if there is an injury to the abdomen, advanced maternal age, infection during pregnancy, exposure to some medicines and chemical substances
People can experience:
- Any vaginal bleeding during the first two trimesters (bleeding can be heavy or only spotting)
- Abdominal pain
- Lower back pain
- Abdominal cramps
- During a genuine miscarriage, women may feel a sharp or dull pain in their abdomen or in the lower back
Specialists: A specialist must be consulted immediately if you are pregnant and experience the symptoms of abdominal pain and vaginal bleeding in the first 20 weeks.mfine caters to different areas of health issues and the perfect course of treatment can be chosen according to your requirements.