How To Deal With Vaginal Bumps During Menstruation?
excuse me I happened to bump into something hard yesterday, causing a big swelling in my left labia minora, and I happened to be menstruating. the pain is excruciatingly painful even though I have taken painkillers like ponstan, what should I do?
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Trauma or injury due to impact is also called blunt trauma. Blunt trauma to the vagina can cause injury and inflammation of the vaginal tissue including the labia tissue in the vagina. So as a result of this inflammation can cause pain, bruising, swelling, and redness.
Most blunt trauma to the vagina is not a dangerous condition, as long as it does not cause tears or bleeding or sores on the vaginal lips. If bleeding or a torn wound occurs, you should immediately consult a doctor to get proper treatment.
For some if there are no torn or bleeding sores, there are some things you can do while at home, for example:
Maintain cleanliness of intimate organs Avoid using clothes that are arranged to prevent friction or irritation of the wound so that it reduces pain Compress the painful part with cold water especially in 3 days after hitting. After 3 days sebiaiknya compress with warm water Avoid activities that cause excessive friction in the area of intimate organs Consumption of pain medications such as paracetamol, ibuprofen If the pain does not improve within 3 days, or found bleeding and torn wound sebutunya immediately see a doctor at the nearest health facility.
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