Causes Vaginal Discharge For 13 Days?
May include menstruation or not if there is bleeding in the genitals 13 days after menstruation last month
Thank you for the question.
Bleeding from the birth canal can occur because of regular menstruation or not. Besides menstruation, other factors that can also cause bleeding like you experience are hormonal disorders, stress, fatigue, pregnancy spots, injury to intimate organs (such as injury, masturbation, or excessive sexual intercourse), bleeding disorders, drug side effects, endometriosis , myoma, pelvic inflammation, cervical cancer, uterine cancer, and many other possibilities.
Distinguishing normal bleeding due to normal menstruation with abnormal due to the above conditions can sometimes be easily done by monitoring the characteristics of the bleeding. If bleeding occurs on the scheduled menstrual schedule (21-35 days from the first day of the last menstrual period), if the duration is reasonable (ranging from 2-8 days), and if there are no other complaints), it is likely that you are not related to an illness . However, it is not uncommon, these conditions can only be distinguished after a direct examination to the doctor, including with the help of blood tests or ultrasound.
Your condition that is bleeding 13 days after your last menstrual period may or may not be normal. At first glance, if this condition occurs only occasionally, you should not worry. Try to multiply first rest, be more diligent in eating vegetables and fruit, do not think too much, exercise regularly, and do not have sexual relations involving vaginal penetration if there is still a lot of bleeding from your vagina. However, if the bleeding is often repeated, appears prolonged (more than 2 weeks), or accompanied by other severe complaints (such as abdominal cramps, heavy bleeding and clotted, or fertility problems), then you should check yourself directly to your doctor or obstetrician yes..
I hope this helps.