Causes Of Vaginal Discharge During Pregnancy?
In my second pregnancy, I have entered 5 months. I’m still active at work, sometimes the nausea is still felt, and I have vaginal discharge. In my first pregnancy, there were no complaints at all, even though I was still working when I was pregnant. But in the second one, I have vaginal discharge and the nausea is worse. Does vaginal discharge affect the fetus? thanks
Hello Ida Ayu Novii Windhayathi,
Vaginal discharge is a normal thing experienced by a pregnant mother due to hormonal changes in the body that occur during pregnancy, but usually vaginal discharge appears in early pregnancy and before delivery. Normal vaginal discharge in mothers is characterized by vaginal discharge that is odorless, colored or causes complaints such as itching or pain in the female area. Abnormal vaginal discharge can be caused by several complaints such as candidiasis, chlamydia, gonorrhea, or trichomoniasis.
The appearance of vaginal discharge is not related to the nausea you experience. Nausea in pregnancy can be caused by several conditions such as hyperemesis gravidarum, dyspepsia or GERD.
Some suggestions that can be made on complaints include:
Keep eating healthy and nutritious food but with a regular pattern 3 times a day Avoid consuming too much caffeine Get enough rest and avoid excessive stress Avoid using special soap for the female area Clean the female area every time you urinate or have sex Use a mild soap and clean water to clean the female area and dry it until it is completely dry To find out whether the vaginal discharge experienced has an effect on the uterus, it is necessary to consult and examine the vaginal discharge to determine whether the vaginal discharge experienced is normal or abnormal vaginal discharge so that safe treatment can be given for treat vaginal discharge in pregnancy that you are experiencing.
I hope this information is helpful.