Leucorrhoea Appears And Smells A Little After 2 Months Of Delivery?
Hello, I have given birth to more than 2 months. But the liquid is still coming out of the vagina, the pants in the traces of brownish lines outside and which is still wet sometimes yellowish / somewhat green, the smell does not sting only slightly acidic, itchy and when it is somewhat dry it is rather difficult to clean, like gel. The amount is more than if vaginal discharge before pregnancy. Is this normal? If you have to check, see the doctor Sp.Og or Sp.KK?
Thank you for the question.
Postpartum, puerperium will usually last for less than 2 months. If after more than 2 months your vagina still secretes brown, yellowish or greenish mucus from the vagina, which is accompanied by an acidic, itchy, and thick gel-like consistency, it is most likely that this condition indicates an infection in your reproductive organs, such as vulvovaginitis, bartholinitis, cervicitis, salphingitis, pelvic inflammation, and so on. This infection can cause a variety, ranging from fungi, parasites, viruses, or also bacteria. Usually, this infection is more prone to occur in people with poor intimate organ hygiene, weak immune system, or also have a history of sex with a partner whose sexual history is unclear. Not just infection, other factors, such as irritation or malignancy in the reproductive organs, hormonal disorders, side effects of contraception, as well as residual tissue in the uterus that has not been completely clean can trigger complaints like you experience.
The good, check yourself to the doctor or obstetrician so that you can do an evaluation of cervical mucus, ultrasound, or other supporting tests to detect the cause of your complaint. That way, the doctor can give you medication or other appropriate treatment.
In the meantime, for complaints to improve, you try to do:
Feed your baby breast milk more often
Drink plenty of water
Not fond of holding back urination
Do not carelessly use fragrances, antiseptics, soap, sexual lubricants, or spermicides around the genitals
Always keep your genitals clean properly, including by changing underwear regularly
Avoid stress and do not have physical activity too tired
Expand eat foods rich in antioxidants, such as fruits, vegetables, and whole grains
Hope this helps ...