Bleeding From The Vagina When Treating Vaginal Infections?
Tonight, I want to ask .. I am a woman aged 25 years and not married … So I used to weigh 50 kg and now 75 kg. I often experience late menstruation every month, even never menstruate 4 months. Then suddenly I often experience spots (bleeding like menstruation but a little but often) then I see a doctor and on ultrasound. The doctor said I was infected (inflammation) but I have never had sex at all can be said is still virgin. Then the doctor gave drug therapy that is as much as 3 pieces of azomax 500 mg, levofluxacin 500 mg as much as 5 pieces and flucoral 150 mg as much as 1 fruit. After that I drink and every day I like a little menstruation but the blood that comes out is slightly clotted and dark red. After a week I came back to the doctor. I was re-ultrasounded and the doctor found a small cyst 1cm. I am worried. But the doctor said usually the cyst will disappear by itself. And I was given the drug treatment again, namely levofloxacin 500mg as many as 5 pieces, 300 mg prolic capsules as many as 15 pieces, 500 mg channa capsules 20 pieces, and neo capsules as many as 20 pieces. And now I’m taking the medicine regularly. But I still bleed like menstruation but not much and the blood is slightly clotted and dark in color. What I want to ask is whether this blood loss is natural because of treatment or because of something else? What should I do? I am very worried
Hello, zainabtanjung, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Bleeding from the vagina can be caused by several possibilities:
Menstruation of Miscarriage Disease of pelvic inflammation There are lumps in the reproductive organs (for example: ovarian cysts, myomas, etc.) Effects of hormones containing drugs (eg birth control pills, birth control injections, etc.) Psychological stress Blood clotting disorders Drastic changes in body weight
To determine the exact cause, it must be done directly by the doctor, both direct physical examination and supporting examinations such as ultrasound, urine tests, pregnancy tests, etc. At this time, you are already in a condition examined by a doctor and given drug therapy such as antibiotics and supplements that can reduce inflammation.
Therefore, you can continue treatment from the doctor who examined you directly. The doctor who examines you directly is the doctor who knows your condition best. Take medication from the doctor regularly and as recommended. Check with your doctor immediately if there is more bleeding, does not stop, accompanied by severe abdominal pain, fever, or excessive bleeding and causes weakness / dizziness / tightness.
Maintain adequate nutritional and fluid needs to replace fluids and nutrients lost from bleeding, adequate rest, and regular drug consumption according to your doctor's recommendations.
That's all, hopefully it's useful.