A Lump Of Flesh Comes Out Of The Vagina Accompanied By A Burning Sensation In The Intimate Part?
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Menstrual cycles in every woman can be different, some come regularly or not. The menstrual cycle starts on the first day of menstruation until the first day of the next menstruation. As long as the menstrual cycle comes in a period of 21-35 days, it is still said to be normal. The first menstruation (menarche) at the age of 15 years is still considered normal. The age range for normal menarche is between the ages of 8-16 years. Fertility cannot be determined only by menarche and the menstrual cycle, it must also consider other factors such as the health of the reproductive organs (from the uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes, vagina, to the part of the brain that regulates reproductive hormones), general physical health factors, to psychological factors. .
Clumps of flesh that come out of the vagina can be a blood clot (if they come out during your period), or other causes such as miscarriage (if you have had sex) or disease in the uterus. To determine the cause, you should immediately consult your doctor so that an adequate physical examination is carried out, as well as supporting examinations if there are indications, such as ultrasound, complete blood examination, urinalysis, and other examinations.
Pain in the intimate organs can be caused by irritation due to friction during sexual intercourse (usually due to lack of lubricant) or due to the use of soap/other substances in the vagina, hormonal changes, vaginitis/inflammation of the vagina, or an infection. It's best to check with your doctor before getting married.
To reduce pain can do the following ways:
1. Drink more water to increase hydration
2. Take paracetamol
3. Before the cause is clear, avoid using feminine soap or any substance into your vagina because if it is not done properly it can cause irritation and changes in pH which can increase the risk of infection.
4. Keep your genitals clean by washing them with clean running water from front to back after every urination and sex
5. Get enough rest
So, I hope it's useful.
dr. Sarah Rizqia