First Aid on Women Miscarriage

Miscarriage  is the event when fetal in pregnant women release before 20 weeks. The data show that pregnant women miscarriage can reach 20% of pregnancies.

By Stanley M. Zildo as quoted from his book 'First Aid, First Aid and How to Correct Handling of Emergency', the signs of miscarriage was feeling cramps in the lower abdomen and bleeding followed. Although sometimes cramping and bleeding has not occurred, if there are any suspicious signs of pregnancy, then immediately take it to the doctor to confirm the pregnancy status.

If you feel any signs of miscarriage, do the following:

- Stop all activity.

- Perform relaxation. Set a breath and calm your mind

- Lying in bed

- If there is something out of the vagina, store them in a special container to be checked by a doctor

- If bleeding occurs and continues, immediately take it to the emergency room