Why am I not bleeding after a surgical abortion?
Bleeding usually stops after 1-2 weeks, but some women spot until their next period. Sometimes you may have a short episode of pain, with a gush of blood or a clot several weeks after the abortion – contact us if this continues. A few women don’t bleed until their next period is due – and that is normal too.
What are the symptoms of period after abortion?
Your first period may be heavier than usual if you had a medical abortion because your body has to remove all of the extra tissue from your uterus. You might also pass some small blood clots. Periods after a surgical abortion may be lighter at first. They should normalize within a few months.
When did you get your period after surgical abortion?
Abortion starts a new menstrual cycle, so your period should go back to normal 4-8 weeks after your abortion. When your next period will come depends on the birth control method you use. If you’re not on birth control, you should have a period by 8 weeks after your abortion.
How long do you have cramps after an abortion?
After having an abortion, you’ll probably have some period-type pains, stomach cramps and vaginal bleeding. This should start to gradually improve after a few days, but can last for 1 to 2 weeks. This is normal and is usually nothing to worry about.
What are the symptoms of infection after a surgical abortion?
Signs of complications
- Severe bleeding.
- Signs of infection in your whole body, such as headache, muscle aches, dizziness, or a general feeling of illness.
- Severe pain in the belly that is not relieved by pain medicine, rest, or heat.
- Hot flushes or a fever of 100.4°F (38°C) or higher that lasts longer than 4 hours.
What are the symptoms that baby is not growing in womb?
But a baby with FGR may have certain signs after birth, such as:
- Low birth weight.
- Low blood sugar levels.
- Lower body temperature.
- High level of red blood cells.
- Trouble fighting infections.