When detaching the ovum, bed rest and complete rest are necessary. Additionally, the doctor may prescribe the intake of drugs "Utrozhestan", "Magne B6", vitamin E, folic acid, "Papaverine" and other drugs.
A woman is the most vulnerable and most at risk of losing a child precisely in the first weeks of pregnancy, so expectant mothers need to try to take care of themselves from the very first days of being in an "interesting position."
Causes of miscarriage
A spontaneous abortion in the first weeks of pregnancy can occur due to detachment of the ovum. It is rejected from the chorion, the vessels are damaged, as a result of which a hematoma is formed, or, as doctors call it, a retrochorial hematoma. If you do not start timely treatment, the process can no longer be stopped: the detachment of the ovum will continue further, which ultimately will lead to the termination of pregnancy. The reasons for fetal rejection can be very different, from emotional shock and stress to fetal malformations.
What to do
First of all, complete bed rest is required. In this case, a woman, as a rule, is placed in a hospital so that she is under the constant supervision of doctors. Complete rest and refusal from any work associated with long standing or walking is necessary to relax the abdominal wall, and this can only be ensured in the supine position. When moving, the abdominal wall tension occurs, and when walking, it also vibrates, increasing intra-abdominal pressure and toning the uterus. That is why it is necessary to lie down constantly, and the doctor may advise you to lie with a pillow or roller under the buttocks to ensure the outflow of blood from the pelvic area.
To exclude active intestinal motility, food should be gentle, not causing gas formation, diarrhea and constipation. Sexual contact with the threat of termination of pregnancy is strictly prohibited. Mental and emotional states must be stable. When detaching the ovum, medication is also indicated, in particular the hormonal drug "Utrozhestan", hemostatic "Etamsilat", antispasmodics "No-Shpy", "Papaverin" and "Magne B6", soothing "Valerian" and vitamins E, folic acid and others …
Treatment usually lasts at least 14 days, it all depends on the woman's condition and her compliance with medical prescriptions. In the future, a pregnant woman should regularly come to the antenatal clinic for a routine examination and examination. Once the risk of detachment occurs, it may appear in the future, so you need to be careful about your health until the placenta is completely formed.