A White Lump Of Flesh Comes Out Mixed With Blood During Menstruation After Giving Birth?
Halodok, I gave birth in August, after I had my second period in December, why did the blood that came out there was a lump like white flesh mixed with blood, as big as a thumb,? Is that normal or not? Explanation please
Thank you for the question.
Exiting white blood clots mixed with flesh like flesh during menstruation can be normal due to the clotting menstrual blood, but can also occur due to other triggers, such as hormones that have not been balanced, the influence of birth control, side effects of drugs, miscarriages, myomas, uterine polyps, pelvic inflammation , cervical cancer, and many other possible causes. Provided that this complaint does not appear accompanied by other complaints that are more severe, such as heavy or very long menstrual bleeding, severe abdominal pain, fever, excessive vaginal discharge and pungent odor, fever, and other bleeding disorders, often this condition is not dangerous. However, if one or more of these severe complaints appear, you should still check your condition to the doctor or obstetrician. Concerned, your condition appears related to an illness that requires further management from a doctor. Usually, if you suspect an illness, your doctor will recommend that you undergo an ultrasound examination, blood test, hormone test, pap smear, or maybe other supporting tests.
In the meantime, what needs to be done:
Be more diligent in eating vegetables, fruits, and whole grains that are rich in antioxidants
Do not forget to take care of the cleanliness of sex organs
Not excessive eating instant food and preservatives
Maintain your ideal body weight, including regular exercise
Sleep enough and regularly
Do not carelessly use birth control or consume drugs without doctor's advice
Hope this helps ...