Returning to daily life immediately after miscarriage? Then you need to prepare to avoid miscarriage

A miscarriage leaves a huge scar not only for the mother, but also for the family and acquaintances who were waiting for the child. In addition, miscarriage leaves physical aftereffects as well as psychological trauma to the mother, so it needs to be cooked. Usually, after a miscarriage, people return to their daily life without any special treatment, but the absence of symptoms does not mean that the body is not affected.

There are cases where there are no symptoms at first after miscarriage, but later symptoms of postpartum gout or female diseases such as irregular menstruation and menstrual pain occur. Also, after miscarriage, if you go about your daily life without proper cooking and become pregnant again, your risk of miscarriage increases. In oriental medicine, abortion is called ‘bansan’. As unripe chestnut husks are forcibly broken by external shocks, we are looking at them as putting a strain on the mother’s body. If you undergo spontaneous discharge or curettage due to miscarriage, stasis blood may remain, and damage to the uterus may occur. In particular, if you have had curettage surgery, you are at a greater risk of adversely affecting your next pregnancy due to damage to the endometrium. In addition, repeated miscarriages can also cause infertility, so taking care of yourself after a miscarriage is essential for the health of the mother and for maintaining a healthy next pregnancy.

What is a miscarriage in which the fetus dies in the womb?
After the fetus dies in the womb, miscarriages that remain in the womb without coming out occur most often between 6 and 10 weeks of pregnancy. Abortion is caused by chromosomal abnormalities, uterine malformations, endocrine disorders, or immunological abnormalities. It is very difficult to deal with a miscarriage because there are many cases where it appears without any special symptoms, or even if there are symptoms, the symptoms are very minimal to the extent that morning sickness occurs and then decreases. Therefore, it is important to strive for regular check-ups and prevention.

Compared to other abortions, curettage surgery itself is more difficult than other abortions, and the risk of side effects such as bleeding, inflammation, and uterine damage also increases. In addition, if the abortion is performed through curettage surgery, if the internal uterine wound is large, there is a risk of experiencing the pain of miscarriage again, such as interfering with preparing for pregnancy or having difficulty maintaining pregnancy again, and the risk of habitual miscarriage may also increase. Therefore, more thorough management and body preparation after miscarriage are necessary. A miscarriage can be frustrating for couples who are waiting for a child, especially for mothers, so you should try to avoid repeating them as they feel guilty for not coping properly. Therefore, if you have experienced a mountain miscarriage, and if you have also undergone curettage surgery, it is important to prepare and manage after the miscarriage. After a miscarriage, it is recommended that you take time to rest and take care of your body so that you can regain mental and physical stability.


Taking care of your body after a miscarriage should be the same as taking care of your body after giving birth. What is ‘postpartum flu’?

After childbirth or after a miscarriage, if you do not prepare properly at a time when you need to take care of your body, postpartum gout can occur. Postpartum wind refers to a disease that occurs mainly after childbirth or miscarriage, when the body returns to its previous state, and cold energy invades the woman’s skin, muscles, joints, and skeleton. It is characterized by various symptoms such as aches, chills, fever, and body aches.

What is oriental medicine body care after miscarriage?
In oriental medicine treatment, after a miscarriage, cooking is carried out step by step. The goal is to treat the cause of the miscarriage and allow the damaged endometrium to be restored. In the first stage, the intrauterine damage caused by eohyeol and curettage surgery is treated to expel any waste products that may remain. It is necessary to replenish the Qi blood consumed in the miscarriage process, to circulate warmly in the pelvic cavity, to increase the pregnancy rate, to mature the endometrium to prevent habitual miscarriage, and to improve ovarian function. In addition to herbal medicines after miscarriage tailored to each patient’s individual constitution and physical health, acupuncture, herbal acupuncture, bongchim treatment, pelvic correction through Chuna therapy, moxibustion moxibustion, and jwahun are used to enhance uterine and ovarian functions and restore uterus and physical health. to actively treat it.

Since most miscarriages occur in the early stages of pregnancy, the chances of miscarriage are significantly reduced if the early stages are handled well. The sadness of a miscarriage is indescribable, but I advise you to not give up, get your body strong, and then prepare for pregnancy again.

Written by Hidak Medical Correspondent, Director Mo Min-ju (oriental doctor)

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