Bleeding After Intercourse During Late Menstruation?
Good evening, this week I have a menstrual schedule, I missed my period 2hr, (but this is normal because my menstrual cycle is often backwards) 3hr ago I had sex with my husband, after the connection there was clearly blood (blood mixed with sprma fluid, fresh red color ), I thought I was menstruating, evidently from night to morning, no menstrual blood was coming out on my sanitary napkin, I will look again until today there is no menstrual blood coming out. I want to ask whether my menstrual blood returned to my reproductive tract ? Then is it safe for sperm that enter my reproduction along with my menstrual blood? Can it cause unexpected things? What should I do ? Thank you
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Blood that comes out with sperm after sexual intercourse is called bleeding after intercourse. This condition often occurs due to trauma from the penis to the vaginal wall, lack of vaginal fluid production, cervical polyps and can occur due to infection or inflammation in the vagina or cervix.
The condition is not related to menstruation, so blood stops coming out shortly after intercourse. So that the blood will not enter the uterus, but bleeding has stopped if it does not experience repeated trauma (trauma due to sexual relations). Sperm that comes out with blood will not have any effect and is not a serious condition. So you don't need to worry about your condition.
Menstrual cycle is related to hormone regulation in the body. The hormones estrogen and progesterone produced in the reproductive organs, as well as the FSH and LH hormones from the hypothalamus of the brain are hormones that function to regulate a woman's menstrual cycle and when undergoing pregnancy. Normally the menstrual cycle occurs between 28 to 35 days. Whether or not the menstrual cycle is affected is influenced by various factors, including hormonal fluctuations, food consumed, physical / psychological stress, fatigue, activities undertaken, excess body weight, effects of using contraceptive pills / drugs containing hormones, and polycystic ovary syndrome. The use of KB implants greatly affects your menstrual cycle. So that hormonal imbalances in the body cause your periods to be longer than before.
In addition to its association with hormones, consumption of unhealthy, unbalanced foods and poor diet also impacts on irregular menstrual cycles. In addition, psychological disorders such as stress, depression, anxiety, can also affect hormonal regulation, thereby affecting the delay in the menstrual cycle.
Hormonal problems are the most frequent causes that can cause changes in the menstrual cycle. But you need to know that every woman has a different menstrual pattern.
Here are some tips you can do to maintain the health of your reproductive organs:
Conduct a healthy lifestyle Eating healthy and nutritious food Avoiding stress and fatigue Avoiding exhausting activities Avoid smoking and alcohol consumption Increase your water consumption Regular exercise Avoid obesity Do foreplay enough so that vaginal fluid can be produced properly, so as to avoid the risk of injury to the wall vagina. Clean your vital areas and your partner before and after sexual intercourse It is highly recommended to conduct further consultations with obstetricians to get more complete information and evaluation. Ultrasonography / ultrasound examination can help assess the condition of the uterus and see whether there are signs of inflammation, infection or other abnormalities in your reproductive organs. In addition, blood tests for reproductive hormone levels can also help assess hormone levels in your body.
Thus the information we can convey, hopefully helps