Appears Like A Lump In The Vagina After A Miscarriage?
Good morning, here’s the story, 2 months ago I had a miscarriage. Bleeding lasts for 1.5 months, right in mid-May the fetus is out. And last June I menstruated again for 4 days, right on the usual date before becoming pregnant. What I asked was, how come it feels in the vagina like a labyrinth that appears and has a rough texture like a green dishwashing sponge skin. And also when I check dg (sorry) inserting a finger into the V slot like there is a protruding down, even if pushed he can go up. Is that the same as descend peranakan? Should I get an ultrasound first? Please answer, and the best advice for my health. Thank you … 🙏
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Need to be clarified, after miscarriage, have you ever seen a doctor? Are there any specific treatment recommendations your doctor recommends to you?
Sensations such as bumps in the vagina that can go up when pushed as you experience may be caused by the following conditions:
Incomplete abortion, which is an incomplete miscarriage, where there is still some tissue left in the uterus
Uterine prolapse (descended peranakan), a condition in which the uterus protrudes into the vagina due to a weakened pelvic wall
Myoma, a benign tumor in the uterus that originates from the lining of the myometrium (uterine muscle)
Others, such as rectocele, cystocele, Bartholin's cyst, foreign body entry, vulvovaginitis, hemorrhoids, anal abscess, benign or malignant tumors, genital warts, psychic disorders, etc.
The steps you need to take so that the cause of your complaint is detected properly is by going directly to a doctor or obstetrician. Not only interviews and physical examinations, sometimes doctors also need to do radiological examinations, such as x-rays, ultrasound, and so on in order to determine the appropriate treatment. Therefore, you try to visit the nearest health facility right ...
For now, you should focus on keeping your pubic area clean. Avoid excessive physical activity first, including lifting or pushing heavy objects. ONLY do safe and responsible sex activities to avoid the risk of dangerous genital infections. Do not forget, do not carelessly give medication or arbitrary handling of your complaints without consulting a doctor first.
Hope this helps ...