Leucorrhoea Is Accompanied By Spotting Of Blood In Adolescents Aged 17 Years Who Are Not Menstruating For 5 Months?
Hello. I am 17 years old and it has been more than 5 months that I haven’t menstruated. My menstruation is irregular, but a lot if I experience menstruation, I get vaginal discharge every day and have different color. And this end “I experience vaginal discharge accompanied by a little blood whether it is Cervical Cancer?
Hello Utfi Nisa'ul Karomah Utfi,
Normal vaginal discharge is clear to vaginal discharge, thin, thick, odorless, and not accompanied by itching or burning in the genitals. In pregnant conditions, vaginal discharge can come out more. Abnormal vaginal discharge can be characterized by the following symptoms:
Greenish yellow color, brownish, gray Smelly unpleasant, fishy Accompanied by blood stains Pain or burning in the genitals Accompanied by pain during intercourse Pain in the lower abdomen Leucorrhoea Many causes of abnormal vaginal discharge are:
Fungal infections Bacterial vaginosis Trichomoniasis Gonorrhea infection Chlamydia Pelvic inflammatory disease Side effects of certain drugs, birth control pills The habit of using routine feminine cleaning drugs Cervical cancer (cervical) Cervical cancer, endometrial cancer Cervical cancer or cervical cancer can provide symptoms of mucus discharge from the vagina which smells and is accompanied by bleeding from the vagina outside the menstrual cycle. Cervical and uterine cancer can also be accompanied by symptoms of drastic weight loss. Generally the symptoms in a cancer condition only arise after the cancer stage is already severe. Cervical cancer generally occurs in patients who have been active in sexual relations, while uterine cancer is more common in middle-aged women. To diagnose cervical or cervical cancer, it is not enough just from clinical symptoms, but it needs supporting tests such as pap smears, HPV DNA tests, transvaginal ultrasonography, or tissue biopsy.
If you experience vaginal discharge accompanied by menstrual disorders, you should check directly with an obstetrician. The doctor needs to inquire in full about the history of your complaint, menstrual history, history of the disease you have suffered, and the history of treatment you have received. Doctors also need to do a physical examination on the condition of your genitals, as well as carrying out supporting examinations such as checking smears of vaginal mucus under a microscope. Treatment will be adjusted to the causes found from the doctor's examination.
To prevent recurring vaginal discharge, you should do the following:
Clean the vagina / wipe from the front to the back Avoid the use of female cleansing soap containing perfume and should not be used routinely because it can change the composition of normal flora in the vagina Avoid unsafe sexual intercourse Avoid the use of pantyliners every day Wear clean and made-up underwear cool, replace after every shower That's the explanation from me, hopefully useful.