Discomfort In The Inner Vagina During Menstruation?
I want to ask … when I menstruate inside of my vagina some kind of move moves so it makes me feel uncomfortable. Does it allow worms? Is it because there is a blood clot? Please answer
Thank you for the question.
Menstruation is a normal process experienced or will be experienced by women, which is an event of periodically expelling blood, mucus and cell debris originating from the uterine wall. The normal menstrual cycle lasts every 21-35 days. The duration of menstruation ranges from 2-7 days. The amount of normal bleeding volume that is released ranges from 30-70 milliliters.
Sorry, for the sense of moving you mean, what can be described further?
Feelings of discomfort during menstruation can be caused by:
itchy mucus due to an infectious process
the presence of a foreign object in the vagina
presence of flesh or polyps
pubic hair that goes into the vagina
movement of the vaginal muscles.
In theory, there is a possibility of vaginal worm infections due to worm infections in the anus. However, generally these worms will die due to acidic vaginal pH conditions.
The suggestions that I can give to maintain the health of the pubic area during the menstrual process:
changing pads every 4 hours
do not overuse vaginal washers
no need to completely shave pubic hair
wash the pubic area from front to back
maintain ideal body weight
if you are obese, lose weight
consume more water
change the underwear whenever it gets wet or damp
consumption of nutritionally balanced and healthy foods
use underwear made of cotton so that it can absorb sweat
Hopefully my explanation can answer the question.
dr. Kresnawati Wahyu Setiono