Leucorrhoea Accompanied By Blood Spots After Post-menstrual Exercise?
hello, I am not married, I menstruated from 28 feb-5 March, and did not have sex afterwards, a week after that I ran 3.5 km after not exercising for months, after that I experienced the whitish brown spots, then the next day not, but the next day it appears again, a little but more concentrated and odorless. Indeed it feels a little tired body, and legs, pelvis, achy stomach may be because the body is shocked after strenuous exercise. what’s wrong with me? thanks before
Hello Feltson, thank you for asking.
Leucorrhoea consists of normal vaginal discharge and abnormal vaginal discharge. Normal vaginal discharge is generally liquid, odorless, not itchy, and the color varies from clear to slightly white. Normal vaginal discharge can occur around the menstrual cycle, when someone ovulates, during pregnancy, or sometimes when a person's physical and psychological condition is less than optimal.
Abnormal vaginal discharge is caused by an infection, inflammation, or tumor in the reproductive organs. Generally this type of vaginal discharge is caused by bacterial, viral, fungal, or parasitic infections. Fluid is usually thicker, more concentrated in color (milky white or greenish yellow), accompanied by a pungent odor, itching or pain, and can coincide with urinary tract infections.
In your case vaginal discharge may occur due to physical conditions that are not fit, hormonal imbalance, or maybe irritation in the vaginal area. If vaginal discharge does not improve for more than 1-2 weeks, or vaginal discharge is getting heavier and accompanied by other symptoms, you should consult this problem with your obstetrician. The doctor will assess the health status of your reproductive organs and if necessary do a vaginal swab and blood tests in the lab. Treatment is based on the findings of doctors. For example found the cause of infection, the cause will be overcome. For example, caused by hormonal disorders, generally doctors provide hormone therapy.
You should keep your vaginal area clean, especially after exercising. Clean the vaginal area with clean water, no need with antiseptic soap because it is feared it will turn off the normal flora of the vagina. Make sure the vagina is always dry. Use underwear that absorbs sweat and do not use clothes that are too tight.
Thus the information that I can share. Hope you are helped. Regards.