Leucorrhoea Accompanied By Lower Abdominal Pain And Fever?
. I want to ask, I am 3 months pregnant, but I release white odorless liquid and my lower abdomen hurts and my body is cold, but if it is hot, I think that’s why. What is the danger to the fetus? Thank you
Hello Rafi, thank you for asking.
Leucorrhoea can be either normal or abnormal vaginal discharge. Normal vaginal discharge for example occurs around the menstrual period, before or after. This is thought to be due to changes in reproductive hormone levels, which change the conditions in the vagina. Pregnant women are in a period of significant changes in reproductive hormone levels, so it is easy for pregnant women to experience vaginal discharge.
Leucorrhoea is not normal, caused by bacterial, viral, fungal, or parasitic infections. The mucus is thicker and thicker, sometimes like milk or silk tofu, accompanied by an unpleasant odor, a yellowish or greenish color, can be accompanied by foam, and accompanied by itching or pain. Abnormal vaginal discharge is also easily experienced by pregnant women, because pregnant women tend to sweat easily, thus making the groin area easily moist and wet. These conditions would be a good environment for the growth of microorganisms that cause infections.
You should consult with your obstetrician. The doctor will do an examination to assess the condition of the vagina, and maybe take a mucus sample to be examined in the lab. Leucorrhoea caused by infection can cause an infection of the pelvic area, which is characterized by lower abdominal pain and possibly fever. This condition is certainly not good for pregnancy. If the doctor feels your leucorrhoea needs to be treated, the doctor will give the medicine given through the vagina.
Don't forget to keep your genital area clean and dry. Thus the information I can give, may be useful. Regards.