Distinguish Hymen Blood, Vaginal Discharge, And Menstrual Blood?
Hello sorry I want to be marked. I just got married and when I started having sex my husband didn’t come in. But after that I released the white liquid mixed with a little brownish color which is quite a lot. I was in my period but after the discharge came out they were the next day I did not come out of menstrual blood. Actually brownish white liquid is hymen blood, menses, or just normal vaginal discharge? Please explain thank you
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Newly married couples, due to lack of experience and also knowledge of reproductive health, indeed often experience problems during sexual intercourse, including one related to difficulties when penetrating the penis into the vagina. This should not be worried too much. As the frequency of sexual relations between you and your partner increases, you will both understand the tricks of sex that are most comfortable for both of you. Of course, this needs to be balanced with the willingness to learn about the anatomical and physiological structures of your reproductive organs and each of your partners. Please read more biology books to deepen your knowledge in this regard.
Regarding your next complaint, which is the brownish white discharge from the vagina after intercourse, this can mean a lot, including:
Injury to the reproductive organs due to sexual intercourse, including due to torn hymen. Abnormal vaginal discharge, for example due to infection, irritation, to malignancy around the reproductive organs Menstruation, can occur in shorter duration, for example due to the influence of stress, fatigue, severe changes too drastic body, drug side effects, and many other factors. If this fluid is only a little out and temporary, does not also cause itching, burning, or an unpleasant odor, often this condition is not dangerous. However, if you feel very disturbed because of it, you can check yourself directly to the doctor or obstetrician to make sure.
So that complaints don't recur, we recommend:
Perform maximum foreplay before penetration during intercourse Improve the cleanliness of your intimate organs Do not use scented soap, spermicides, or sexual lubricants carelessly around the vagina without consulting first to the doctor Avoid excessive masturbation Avoid risky sex Hopefully it helps yes ..