Leucorrhoea During Pregnancy Program, What Are The Signs Of Pregnancy?
Good afternoon doctor. R n r nI want a consultation … I am going to promil again after the fertility period is over … how come I feel the discharge is flowing a little like menstruation … is that normal? Or is it a sign of pregnancy?
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Leucorrhoea can come out more due to hormonal changes during early pregnancy. But in addition, there are many other possibilities that can also cause vaginal discharge to increase in volume, including when:
Approaching menstruation Experiencing stress Experiencing fatigue Experiencing irritation of the reproductive organs, for example due to the use of scented soaps, sanitary napkins, pantyliners, sexual lubricants, or certain clothing materials, etc. In addition, if a lot of vaginal discharge appears accompanied by itching, stinging, unpleasant odors , or an abnormal color (other than clear or white), it could also reflect an infection or malignancy in your reproductive organs, it could be limited to the outside (vaginal lips), or it could be deeper reproductive organs, such as Bartholin's glands , cervix (cervix), and so on.
If a lot of vaginal discharge is still reasonable in color and smell and does not cause itching or burning, then you can first do the following to overcome it:
Improve the cleanliness of the intimate organs, namely by making sure the water you use to rinse your genitals after urinating is of good quality, always wear clean and soft pants and underwear, and only do healthy sexual activities Manage stress wisely, and also avoid activities too tired Avoid using substances that are potentially irritating to treat the vagina, for example vaginal fragrance soap, etc. However, if the complaint still does not improve in 1 to 2 weeks, then you should check with your doctor or obstetrician so that you can re-evaluate what is the cause and appropriate handling to overcome it yes .. If it is true that the doctor suspects you are pregnant, based on the results of interviews and physical examinations conducted, then you may be directed to do blood, urine, or ultrasound tests.
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah