Irregular Menstruation Accompanied By Abnormal Vaginal Discharge?
, My menstrual cycle is very irregular, last menstrual cycle with 54 days. Last menstruation on January 30, 2020. It has been almost 2 weeks I experienced vaginal discharge which made me worry. Previously I had felt pain in the lower abdomen until a high fever, then I went to the midwife to be given only pain medication.3 emotion after the incident, every morning after waking up, I always check and the liquid is faded pink as accompanied by a very liquid vaginal discharge On the first day until the third discharge came out yellow, odorless, and very runny. The fourth day the liquid came out pink and still liquid. The fifth day the fluid turns into pink “and not too much. The sixth to eighth day turns into menstrual blood but not as much menstrual blood. The ninth day when the daylight is checked dark brown blood. I’m confused this is why , is it dangerous? Please explain.
Hello Della, Thank you for the question.
Normally, a woman will experience vaginal discharge. This normal vaginal discharge is actually lendri that is produced by the vagina to help prevent infection and cleanse the vagina. Leucorrhoea that is classified as normal has clear or slightly vaginal discharge, does not smell, and does not cause itching or pain in the genital area. Leucorrhoea that changes color you experience, including abnormal vaginal discharge characteristics. In addition to discoloration, other abnormal vaginal discharge characteristics are lumps, causing itching or tenderness in the genital area, accompanied by lower abdominal or pelvic pain, fever, bleeding outside of menstruation, pain during intercourse. Some causes of complaints that you submit are:
sexually transmitted infections pelvic inflammation of uterine polyps or cervical polyps of uterine cancer or cervical cancer Considering this complaint has lasted a long time, you should immediately consult with a gynecologist further. The doctor needs to ask about your complaints and carry out examinations on you including examination of the cervix, pelvis, vaginal discharge, and ultrasound. Further treatment will be given by a doctor according to your condition. You should not delay consulting with a doctor so that this condition can be treated immediately.
Please do the following suggestions:
Avoid intercourse until you recover. Use pads and change pads regularly. Keep the genital area clean and dry. Use underwear that can absorb sweat. Avoid using tight pants. Hope this information is useful.