Dilute Sperm And Bacterial Infections Can You Get Pregnant?
, I have a complaint there is a murky vaginal discharge that smells like garlic and sometimes itching that hasn’t been done before. I was able to search google he said the symptoms of bacterial infection how to overcome it? Does that include factors that inhibit pregnancy as well? I have been married for 1 year but now my husband comes home, I have been in regular contact but there are still signs of pregnancy too, the husband’s sperm is also runny clear even though no cigarettes no coffee no alcohol at all .. please help ..
Hello Nargis, Thank you for the question.
Have you and your husband ever consulted with a further obstetrician? Normally, vaginal discharge experienced by women has clear or somewhat vaginal discharge, odorless, does not cause itching and pain in the genital area. Leucorrhoea that you convey is classified as vaginal discharge that is not normal. Abnormal vaginal discharge can be caused by several conditions such as fungal infections, bacterial vaginosis, sexually transmitted infections, and others. To find out the right treatment, you must first ascertain the cause by seeing a doctor. Without a doctor's examination, it is not possible to find out the cause and the appropriate treatment. If you experience an infection that is not handled properly, this infection can attack other reproductive organs, one of which is the fallopian tube. This infection can cause inflammation and even scarring in the fallopian tubes which makes it difficult for sperm to meet the female egg (the fallopian tube is the most common place for fertilization).
Aqueous sperm cannot be used as a reference to determine whether your husband's sperm quality is good or not. Men who have runny sperm may not necessarily have poor sperm quality because runny sperm can be caused by various conditions. To find out if your husband's sperm is in good quality, it requires a sperm analysis by a doctor.
If you and your husband were far apart before, then this condition can hamper pregnancy because regular relationships are needed to increase the chances of getting pregnant. Now that you are living together again, you can have regular intercourse, 2-3 times each week. This intercourse should also be done more often at least once a day when entering the fertile period so that the possibility of pregnancy is higher. To find out your fertile period, you can calculate the fertility period or recognize other signs as in the following link: Recognize the fertile period. Indeed, not all married couples will easily get a baby, but, you do not despair first. In general, you and your husband can try regular intercourse for 1 year. If up to one year you are not yet pregnant, you and your husband are encouraged to consult an obstetrician for further examination. However, because you experience abnormal vaginal discharge, then you can immediately consult an obstetrician to resolve this problem first. If the complaint of vaginal discharge that is not normal has been handled, you and your husband can consult with your doctor about pregnancy planning. Your doctor can carry out further checks on your reproductive organs and analysis of sperm on your husband to find out if there are disorders that can prevent natural pregnancy. Further treatment will be determined by the doctor after knowing the condition of both of you.
Meanwhile, you and your husband are also encouraged to:
consume nutritious food regularly. For you, it is recommended to consume foods or supplements that contain folic acid to avoid excessive physical activity resting sufficiently every day for 7-9 hours avoiding smoking and consuming alcoholic beverages to avoid the use of vaginal lubricants when intercourse To temporarily resolve vaginal discharge, you are advised to not intercourse until you recover, do not use tight pants, and always use underwear that is easy to absorb sweat.
I hope this helps.