Bleeding After Intercourse Accompanied By Smelling Vaginal Discharge?
Afternoon DokI IRT age 33 years child 2, a few years ago I had blood after intercourse and some months after bleeding my blood was whitish and smelled a little, but the interval 5 years later exactly until now I have never bleed again. My relationship and vaginal discharge also no longer exists, and two months ago I gave birth to a healthy baby girl. What I want to ask is whether the incident above includes symptoms of cervical cancer or not ??? Thank you
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Bleeding from the genitals after intercourse, accompanied by abnormal vaginal discharge and bad odors can indeed be one of the signs of cervical cancer. This cancer, is one type of malignancy that most often attacks women and is potentially deadly if not treated quickly and appropriately. However, not only cervical cancer, your complaints may also arise due to other causes, such as endometriosis, pelvic inflammation, cervicitis, myoma, uterine cancer, vulvovaginitis, and other infections or irritations around the reproductive organs.
Although complaints have improved now, you should remain vigilant and check the health of your reproductive organs to the doctor or obstetrician. Because, not infrequently, symptoms of reproductive organ diseases are not apparent in the early days of the development of the disease. With this detection, treatment can certainly be done faster and the potential for healing is even greater. Usually, as an effort to detect malignancy around the reproductive organs, your doctor will recommend that you undergo an IVA test or pap smear. Further tests such as ultrasound, cervical mucus examination, urine tests, etc. may also be recommended by your doctor.
So that your complaint does not come back again, our advice, follow these tips:
ONLY conduct healthy and responsible sexual activities Improve the cleanliness of your sex organs Use underwear that is soft, absorbs sweat, and is replaced periodically so that it is always clean Avoid the use of haphazard chemical products around the sex organs, for example scented soap, sexual lubricants, hundred, vaginal spa, etc. Drink more Eat nutritious foods Before penetration during sexual intercourse, make it a habit to do adequate foreplay first so that bleeding does not re-occur Hopefully it helps yes ..