Late Menstruation After Intercourse But Not Pregnant?
I had intercourse on 3 March, after intercourse 2 days I experienced menstruation, but at the beginning of April suddenly Miss V bled so much blood I thought I had a miscarriage, until now I have not menstruated, during the previous period I did not feel the symptoms of pregnancy such as nausea, fatigue, breast tenderness, etc. I did a tespack at the beginning of April, but I wasn’t pregnant, at the moment I haven’t had a tespack anymore, but I am worried about the late period of my period, some days I also experienced quite a lot of vaginal discharge
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Late menstruation and vaginal discharge can be caused by various things. For late menstruation itself, it could be due to pregnancy but it could also be due to stress, lack of sleep, fatigue, excess weight or less, female hormonal disorders, thyroid hormone abnormalities, undergoing a diet program or eating oily and fatty foods. For vaginal discharge, this is actually a normal condition, and it is only feared if it smells, bubbly, yellow, green, brown or accompanied by blood, there are also itching, pain and spots appear.
As for signs of pregnancy, all of the signs you mentioned are the weakest signs in pregnancy because they can appear in other medical conditions. So whether someone is pregnant or not will eventually have to be confirmed again by carrying out a pregnancy test or ultrasound, it can't just be with the signs you mentioned. Women can get pregnant even without these signs, and vice versa, there can be women who are not pregnant but experience these signs.
So that in your present condition, we still cannot confirm the cause because the information is still lacking. What is clear, to know whether you are now pregnant or not, do a pregnancy test again. If the results are negative, it means you are not pregnant and the cause of late menstruation must still be sought. For leucorrhoea, if there is one of the characteristics that we mentioned, then it is possible that there is indeed a disease, whether it is due to bacterial, parasitic, viral or other infections. If so, we suggest that you check your condition with the obstetrician so that you can find the cause through a history, physical examination and possibly support. The handling you will receive later depends on the results of this inspection.
Meanwhile, avoid sexual intercourse first, avoid stress and cigarette smoke, maintain ideal body weight, adequate rest, consumption of nutrient-rich foods such as vegetables and fruit, do not use pants and underpants too tight, routinely change underpants, cleanse the genitals from front to back and not vice versa, do not use scented sanitary napkins or cleansers, and do not consume drugs or herbs without doctor's advice. So, hopefully answering your question.