Having Sex After A Miscarriage?
Hello, I just had a miscarriage, two days after my miscarriage I had intercourse with my husband, at that time there was little blood. In the morning after intercourse my lower abdomen felt cramps. To reduce the risk of infection what should I do? Thank you
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In most cases, it is said to be safe to resume sexual intercourse after the miscarriage bleeding stops. That is, ynyn pause at least two weeks before starting to have sex after a miscarriage. This condition is assembled in the cervix which is still wide open as a process of removing the remaining fetal tissue. During that time it is also advisable to use tampons or doouching vagina
When the cervix enlarges, then a woman will be more susceptible to infection in the uterus or pelvic inflammation. Because, germs from the vagina can spread into the mouth of the uterus which still leaves a gap and the environment in the uterus that has not healed properly.
Pelvic inflammation or cervical inflammatory disease (PID) is an infection that affects the cervix (cervix), uterus (uterus), fallopian tubes (ovarian tubes), and ovaries (ovaries). Symptoms experienced can be pain in the pelvic area, pain in the lower abdomen, pain when urinating, or pain during sex. In addition, fever, nausea, and vomiting can occur. Bleaching that changes color to yellow or green can also be a sign of an infection in the reproductive organs. If you experience the following symptoms you should immediately consult a gynecologist to prevent further complications such as prolonged pelvic pain (chronic), the appearance of abscesses, recurrence of pelvic inflammatory disease in patients, infertility (infertility), and the occurrence of ectopic pregnancy.
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