Hello, doctor, could you please give us an ultrasound examination? The doctor of our county hospital said that we should prevent threatened abortion, and then prescribe didroxyprogesterone tablets, Zishen bufetal pills and progesterone, but my daughter-in-law doesn't listen to anything, doesn't want an injection and doesn't want to take medicine. She said that her best friend has also had this situation. There's nothing wrong, and people here suggest staying in bed. She still wants to go out. I'll ask the doctor about the current situation, What should I do
There is effusion around the gestational sac, which means that the gestational sac and endometrium are stripped and there are signs of abortion. This is originally a threatened abortion. In this case, it is necessary to rest and then conduct regular review. It is also normal to use levonorgestrel. In fact, there are many people with effusion. Some people don't have to do anything, and some people have to have abortion. This can't be generalized, For the safety of the baby, it must be rest and medication review
This color Doppler ultrasound indicates that there is effusion around the gestational sac, which means that there may be bleeding around the gestational sac, so it is considered as threatened abortion. It is recommended that you protect the fetus for treatment. If you don't protect the fetus in time, it may be troublesome if you bleed back, so it is recommended to follow the doctor's advice for symptomatic treatment.
At present, the opinion of the vast majority of scholars is that it is not recommended to carry out corresponding fetal protection treatment in the early stage of pregnancy, but advocates letting nature take its course and the survival of the fittest. However, it should also be determined according to the individual situation. If there is evidence of difficult pregnancy, repeated spontaneous abortion, assisted reproduction and clear lack of corpus luteum function, fetal protection treatment should generally be carried out