How To Deal With Vaginal Varices And Vaginal Discharge During 8 Months Of Pregnancy?
Good morning. I want to ask. I am pregnant, I have 8 months of pregnancy, I have vaginal varicose complaints … I am pregnant with my second child. When my first child was born, I gave birth to a child in Iep’s spog in Indramayu. thank you God was born normally … I still feel a little scared of my two pregnancies, now there are varicose veins … can I give birth to a midwife when I give birth … or I have to spog again … I’m afraid of bleeding … oh yes … and during my second pregnancy like vaginal discharge, it came out like salary. not yet palpable … but it didn’t smell even though the color of leucorrhoea was slightly greenish..not itchy..what was dangerous..for my fetus or not … please answer my question … thanks.
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Vaginal varicose veins are widening of the vaginal veins. Occurs due to failure of the valve function in blood vessels so that blood becomes collected and blood vessels dilate. Vaginal varicose veins can be triggered by several things, namely:
1. Pregnancy, uterine enlargement causes veins in the abdomen to be depressed so that the return of the vaginal veins is blocked.
2. Straining, straining can increase the pressure in the stomach so that it compresses the veins of the stomach.
3. Sit position for too long
It is true what you have said, that the risk of a normal delivery in pregnant women with vaginal varicose veins is the occurrence of varicose rupture resulting in bleeding. However, in general, venous bleeding is slow (different from arteries) so that in mild vaginal varicose veins, bleeding can be controlled. So basically, pregnancy with vaginal varicose veins does not prevent labor from being carried out normally. The choice of a normal or SC delivery will depend on the severity of the varicose veins. You should immediately consult a gynecologist. The doctor will do an examination to see if you can still have a normal delivery or have to undergo labor by abdominal wall surgery (sectio secarea / SC).
Some things you can do to relieve the symptoms of vaginal varicose that you experience, namely:
1. Avoid straining
2. Avoid sitting or standing for long periods
3. Raise the position of the feet and pelvis when lying down
4. Put a rolled towel between the two thighs or by using special varicose vagina panties
5. Routine swimming
Associated with complaints of vaginal discharge in pregnancy can not be allowed, because it can trigger premature rupture of membranes. If the infection is severe, it can attack the amniotic membrane, amniotic fluid and even the fetus. You should consult with an obstetrician. Some things you can do to alleviate vaginal discharge complaints are routine cleaning of sex organs, at least 2 times a day, after urinating and defecating. If the pants are damp, replace it immediately.
Thus hopefully useful.