Causes Of Bleeding In Pregnancy.



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to our channel, click the bell icon to be notified whenever we publish a new video. Causes Of Bleeding In Pregnancy. Vaginal bleeding during early pregnancy may
sometimes indicate a serious problem. Serious causes of bleeding in pregnancy include: Miscarriage. Bleeding, abdominal pain, and back pain are
common signs of miscarriage. An exam shows that the cervix is open. Tissue may be extruded through the cervix
and vagina. A miscarriage occurs in an estimated 15% to
20% of pregnancies, usually during the first 12 weeks of gestation.A genetic defect confined
to the specific embryo in question represents the most common cause of miscarriage.Few circumstances
exist wherein a miscarriage in progress can be prevented. Molar pregnancy. Molar pregnancy, also known as gestational
trophoblastic disease or hydatidiform mole, is an abnormality of fertilization that results
in the growth of abnormal tissue within the uterus. Molar pregnancy is not a typical pregnancy,
but the growth within the uterus leads to the typical symptoms of early pregnancy.In
a complete hydatiform mole, there is only abnormal tissue in the uterus (and no fetus). In a so-called partial mole, there is abnormal
tissue growth along with the presence of a fetus with severe birth defects. The fetus is typically consumed by the abnormal
growth of tissue in the uterus, and a molar pregnancy cannot result in a normal fetus
or delivery. Vaginal spotting or bleeding can be a symptom
of molar pregnancy.A sonogram or ultrasound is used to diagnose a molar pregnancy. Ectopic pregnancy. Mild vaginal bleeding and increasing abdominal
pain may indicate the presence of an ectopic pregnancy.An ectopic pregnancy occurs in approximately
1 out of 60 pregnancies.An ectopic pregnancy occurs when the fertilized egg implants outside
of the uterus, where the blood supply is inadequate to sustain the growth of a normal pregnancy.In
the majority of cases of ectopic pregnancy, the embryo is located within one of the Fallopian
tubes; this sometimes is referred to as a tubal pregnancy. As the pregnancy grows and the tube distends,
abdominal pain becomes increasingly severe.Sometimes these pregnancies can actually rupture the
Fallopian tube, leading to significant blood loss.In some cases, a blood transfusion and
emergency surgery are needed for prompt resolution of this potentially life-threatening condition. Threatened miscarriage. If a woman is bleeding during the first trimester
of pregnancy, the possibility of a miscarriage must be ruled out.Symptoms of a threatened
miscarriage are bleeding and mild cramping, but the cervix stays closed and the fetus
is still viable.In many women, the bleeding stops and the pregnancy continues. For others, the bleeding continues, and they
eventually have a miscarriage (i.e. spontaneous pregnancy loss).Despite many articles in the
lay press, there is no evidence that restriction of physical activity will aid in preventing
a pregnancy loss. Subchorionic hemorrhage. In this condition blood collects between the
gestational sac and the wall of the uterus.At times, the intrauterine clot can be seen on
ultrasound examination.The body frequently reabsorbs these blood clots; however, occasionally
there may be passage of old dark blood or even small clots from the vagina. What causes bleeding during the 2nd and 3rd
trimesters? Bleeding or spotting later in pregnancy can
be due to a number of causes. Sometimes, having sex or even having an internal
(pelvic) examination by your OB/GYN or Midwife can cause light bleeding. Problems with the cervix, including cervical
insufficiency (when the cervix opens too early in pregnancy) or infection of the cervix,
can lead to bleeding. More serious causes of bleeding in later pregnancy
include placenta previa, preterm labor, uterine rupture, or placental abruption. If you’ve liked the video give it a thumb
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