Can You Drink Coriander Cooking Water When You Are Pregnant?
Good morning, I want to ask, is it permissible if I am pregnant, I consume coriander boiled water … because I have vaginal discharge that doesn’t heal,
Coriander is one of the herbs that are widely used. Aside from being a spice in the kitchen, coriander can also be beneficial in health, including helping to overcome digestive disorders, preventing fungal infections, inflammation, diabetes, toothache, joint pain, until launching breast milk. However, these benefits still need to be further investigated. Besides its benefits, coriander also has the potential for side effects such as allergic reactions, drastic reduction in blood sugar levels, more sensitive skin to the sun, and dehydration. For pregnant women themselves, when used in cooking in general there is no problem, but if it is set aside as an herbal remedy, it should be avoided first because the effects on the fetus are unknown.
Here, more to note is the vaginal discharge that you experience. Does vaginal discharge smell, color other than white / clear, very much, and accompanied by pain / itching? If vaginal discharge is like that, it needs to be thought about abnormal vaginal discharge that can be caused due to fungal infections, bacteria, parasites, sexually transmitted diseases, and malignancies.
If vaginal discharge bothers you or you experience abnormal vaginal discharge, I suggest that you see a gynecologist first so that further tests can be done if necessary with vaginal fluid tests, urine tests and ultrasound to determine the cause of vaginal discharge and also the condition of your fetus when this. Furthermore, if the cause of vaginal discharge is known, your obstetrician can provide you with safer and more appropriate treatments and treatments.
To help reduce vaginal discharge during pregnancy, you can do the following tips:
Use pants that are more comfortable and not tight
Change underwear when it's wet
Can sleep without underwear
Maintain cleanliness of the vagina
Wash the vagina with clean water from front to back
Avoid using soap and feminine cleaning fluids unless there is advice from an obstetrician
Hope it helps you,