Clear White Liquid That Comes Out Every Morning After Intercourse?
Morning, I want to ask Every time after having sex, why does the morning always come out thick white liquid (before I was always there vaginal discharge) whether the discharge comes from vaginal discharge or what remains of sperm? Does it have an effect on pregnancy … because until now I also not yet pregnant. what should i do? thank you for your time and answer
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Complaints of viscous white discharge in the morning after previous intercourse and until now you are not pregnant, it is necessary to do an evaluation and direct examination by an obstetrician, this is related to complaints of a history of previous vaginal discharge and not pregnant after marriage a few months or even several year. Thus, both of these complaints can be identified and can be attempted recovery and your pregnancy program.
In general, complaints of thick white mucus in the morning may be related to vaginal discharge that you have previously or have a history of. Sperm that enter the vagina, will immediately reduce its thickness and do not look like sperm in the morning, so this thick mucus is probably not sperm.
When you have a history of leucorrhoea, especially often it is repetitive and you do not know the cause or you have not consulted your obstetrician, this will prolong the recovery and healing process, so you cannot prevent this vaginal discharge from recurring, especially if it is not is a reasonable condition.
Leucorrhoea is reasonable, you can meet every month and this can accompany the time before menstruation or after menstruation, where this vaginal discharge does not cause complaints, no smell, no change in color (normal color is clear or slightly thick mucus) and does not itch. If this vaginal discharge changes in character, or if it is accompanied by complaints in the form of itching, pungent odor, or cloudy color, then this condition is an unnatural vaginal discharge that can be triggered by:
1. Cervical inflammation
2. Fungal infections
3. Bacterial infections
4. Parasitic infections
5. Sexually transmitted diseases
6. Injuries to the birth web
7. The specific process of the cervix
The existence of various possible causes of vaginal discharge that is not reasonable needs to be ascertained by the doctor, because the handling of each cause is different, so the ananosa and the cause of vaginal discharge need to be known. If vaginal discharge is triggered by an infection in the uterus, then this condition will affect your fertility as well, so that the obstetrician's examination is very important to do.
While the history of not getting pregnant to date, can be influenced by factors of the wife and / or husband factor, so as to determine fertility and pregnancy, then you and your husband should consult fertility to the obstetrician obstetrician. The doctor will evaluate from the perspective of his wife and husband. Are there problems that prevent pregnancy, whether vaginal discharge that you have long experienced and often you experience can be a barrier to your pregnancy; or whether your husband's sperm condition is healthy to support pregnancy. Therefore, conducting an initial consultation with a doctor is an important step to help reduce this complaint.
The doctor will conduct interviews related to the history of vaginal discharge and fertility; then a physical examination and supporting examination can be done to determine the cause of this complaint, blood tests, ultrasound, vaginal and cervical mucus examination or sperm examination can be done to ensure all this. The results of the examination will be a reference for diagnosis and treatment for you. Thus, you better understand what you have to do and prevent.
For now, you can advise your husband to use a condom during intercourse, to see your doctor, so your doctor can provide further recommendations related to this. In addition, avoid physical fatigue, sleep late and avoid obesity. Thus, it is hoped that all of these efforts can help control your complaints.
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