Pregnant blood loss: I'm worried?

Pregnant blood loss: I'm worried?

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The question: "I have blood loss since the beginning of my pregnancy, what to do?" Dr. François Devianne, gynecologist-obstetrician, answers Sacha's question.

The answer of Dr. François Devianne, gynecologist-obstetrician, head of the maternity ward of the Orsay hospital.

  • Despite the absence of menstruation, bleeding, blood loss, can occur during pregnancy.
  • Blood loss during pregnancy is most often a commonplace phenomenon that does not compromise the development of the future child. Provided they are scarce and episodic. They may correspond to the elimination of old blood in early pregnancy, to be linked to a small bleeding of placental origin, an irritation of the cervix, following sexual intercourse ...
  • Nevertheless, they can also, especially if they are abundant, discontinuous and painful, be the harbinger according to the stage of gestation, an ectopic pregnancy (UG), an early miscarriage or premature delivery.
  • If most frequently, they are innocuous, all blood loss occurring during pregnancy, must give rise to a medical consultation. An echographic check may be carried out to check the placenta and the vitality of the embryo or fetus. And the practitioner may eventually prescribe antispasmodic treatment and rest. In some situations, for Rh-negative women, there will be an anti-D immuno-globulin prescription.

Interview by Frédérique Odasso

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