Does The 2 Month Pregnant Person Have Clear White Fluid Mixed With Blood?
Doctor, I am 21 years old, I am already married, 2 months late, I had clear fluids mixed with blood at noon. At first I had vaginal discharge and the smell then came out as clear liquid and blood came out. 2 months have not seen it when I go to the gynecologist, later it can be ultrasound, but I go to the gynecologist, I’m afraid it’s a disease, please explain
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Late menstruation can indeed be caused by one of them by pregnancy. As for the discharge of vaginal discharge and clear fluid mixed with blood that you experience can occur due to hormonal changes and implantation spots. These spots can be experienced by some pregnant women due to tearing of the blood vessels when the fertilization results implant in the uterine wall. These spots are normally minimal and last a short time, which is only 1 to 2 days.
However, as advised by your midwife, you should confirm this by going directly to a gynecologist. Because, in some conditions, your complaints can also arise due to other causes, for example:
Hormones that are not balanced, such as due to stress, consumption of hormonal drugs, fatigue, or eating disorders Reproductive organ infections, including sexually transmitted infections Endometriosis Pelvic inflammation Cervical cancer Myoma Pregnancy disorders, such as miscarriage, etc. With a direct doctor's examination, of course the possibility- other possible causes above can be identified and treated further so that they are not sustainable. Even if you are pregnant, your pregnancy can be detected earlier so that you can take maximum care. Therefore, throw your worries away and consult your doctor directly.
In the meantime, to prevent recurring complaints, try:
Clean the genitals well after urinating and having sex. Only have healthy sex. Avoid using fragrance products or pantyliners that contain perfume around the vagina. Change your underwear at least 2 times a day. Live a healthy lifestyle. Hope it helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah