Black Blood Comes Out, Thin, And Slightly Clotted From The Genitals?
Hello, I via 21 years. I want to ask 5 days ago I arrived “High fever along with my whole body aches aches all, then I was massaged by my mother and now bdn I have no more pain then I also check with the doctor then d give hot medicine and other pain medication …. my question is why yes after the drug is out the blood is blackish and runny it doesn’t work like regular menstruation and a little bit of lumpy … indeed before it hurts I menstruate but it’s finished and now how come out like that until now it has not stopped, I have to ask for advice … thank you.
Thank you for the question.
Need to be clarified, what is the exact medicine your doctor gives you?
Blackish, runny, and slightly clotted blood coming out of your genitals may occur because of regular menstruation. Menstrual blood is not always thick, but it can also be runny and clotted influenced by hormonal conditions, fluid intake, and the activities that you live on a daily basis. Often, menstruation occurs irregularly when discharged, due to the disturbed balance of reproductive hormones when the body produces excessive stress hormones.
In addition to due to reasonable menstruation, certain types of drugs can indeed also have side effects in the form of abnormal bleeding from the genitals. The several types of drugs in question are NSAIDs, anti-coagulants, hormonal drugs, and so on. If these medicines your doctor gave you before, it could be that your current complaint is related to the side effects of the drug. It is also possible that your bleeding indicates other medical disorders, such as endometriosis, myoma, pelvic inflammation, stones or urinary tract infections, malignancies, uterine polyps, and so on.
If your current complaint (ie, fever and body aches) has improved, and bleeding from your genitals is also reasonable (not massive), chances are your condition is not dangerous. You can overcome your complaints by getting plenty of rest, drinking more warm water, regularly exercising, eating a variety of vegetables and fruits, not too much thinking, and not just taking drugs or herbs without consulting first.
However, if it turns out that your complaint returns again at an unnatural time, do not hesitate to check it back to the doctor or obstetrician. , urine test, blood test, or other investigations before giving you further treatment.
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