Leucorrhoea Is Green After The Puerperium?
My doctor wants to ask, I gave birth on December 24th, normally my baby was born 8 months, more than 2 days … After my delivery, I was given a postpartum discharge a day like white blood. Then after the postpartum period, I was like vaginal discharge, but it was green until I had my period. March 7 .. Finished on the 12th but after that the liquid like light green vaginal discharge still comes out until now .. When pee didn’t hurt so much the smell didn’t smell fishy or warm .. That’s why yes doctor ?? Finally I checked he said I had a urinary tract infection because at that time I could barely stand up to 2 months or walk properly .. Then I was given medicine and vaginal cleanser but it didn’t decrease even as it was .. I always clean the vagina when urinating .. I asked for a solution and advice
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Postpartum is a condition where postpartum occurs where to remove the remnants of labor that takes about 6-8 weeks. Puerperal blood comes from the former attachment from the placenta that causes bleeding around the uterine wall.
Remaining blood that is still in the womb will continue to come out within a certain period, and the color of puerperal blood varies according to the day, yaiyu:
on the first day the blood that comes out will still be fresh red or bright red the day 2-6 liquid coming out more runny and dark brown or pink the 7-10 day color becomes light brown day 11-14 the color of the liquid will be brownish yellow week 3-4 the liquid will be white cream the week 6 liquid will be yellow cream or a little brown. If after the 6th week there is a continuous discharge of fluid, and is accompanied by a color like pus, which is yellowish green, which can enable infection of the reproductive organs. Especially if you have a fever and pain in the lower abdomen. My advice immediately consult your obstetrician. so that physical examinations and supporting examinations can be carried out. Because an infection is not something that can be underestimated.
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