Causes Of Bad Odor In Ejaculatory Fluid?
i am 24 years old. I married in 2013. 2014 I have a child 1 separated from my husband r nThen 2015 I got pregnant again with my husband (different lk). But miscarriage. Her miscarriage was deliberate by taking medication. Then I didn’t go through the curette process. But when the miscarriage came out a blood clot, and after that I separated from my husband. I married and when I intercourse with my husband I smelled a scent that smelled bad, my friend and what was the solution?
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You need to know beforehand, that normally male ejaculatory fluid (which contains sperm and semen) gives off a distinctive aroma, which resembles the scent of acacia flowers. The unpleasant smell of ejaculate fluid can come from disorders of the male reproductive organs, or from women who have sexual relations with him.
Some possible conditions that can cause an unpleasant odor in male ejaculatory fluid include:
Male reproductive organ infections, starting from the testes (orchitis), sperm duct (epididymitis), prostate (prostatitis), penis (balanoposthitis) --- including sexually transmitted infections Malignancy (cancer) in the male reproductive organs Urinary tract infections Side effects of alcohol consumption , etc. As mentioned above, in addition to the male factor, the odor may also arise due to disturbances in your reproductive organs, for example due to infection or malignancy. Your previous history of having attempted abortion without medical supervision, could increase the risk of this infection.
Therefore, you and your partner should check with your doctor right away. Chances are, the doctor will refer your husband to a urologist to undergo further tests, such as sperm analysis, urine tests, ultrasound, and so on. You may also be referred to a gynecologist for a more in-depth evaluation, for example through ultrasound, IVA tests, pap smears, urine tests, and so on.
In the meantime, you and your partner should better maintain the cleanliness of each other's intimate organs, namely by ONLY doing safe and responsible sexual activities, always cleaning your intimate organs after every bowel or urination, always wear clean underwear and pants. , and do not use substances that are irritating, for example sexual lubricants, spermicides, vaginal scented soaps, and so on.
Do not forget, avoid smoking, consuming alcohol, and always adopt a healthy lifestyle to avoid the risk of infection and other diseases of the reproductive organs.
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah