Leucorrhoea Such As Pulp Know When Using Birth Control Pills?
I want to ask, before I ask for a month, sometimes I take pills, and in December 2018 I asked for an injection of 1 month, but the midwife did not hear that I was even injected for 3 months. until October i came to menses but it came 2 weeks .. And now i am using Kb pills. now my menses are smooth but why do I often get leucorrhoea like I know right away. is that okay?
Hello Fitri, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Kepuithan in women is medically divided into 2 types, namely normal vaginal discharge and abnormal vaginal discharge.
Normal / reasonable vaginal discharge is a vaginal discharge that occurs naturally such as due to sexual arousal, hormonal changes, pregnancy or stress where this vaginal discharge is generally colorless (clear), odorless, and does not cause other complaints such as itching / abdominal pain.
While vaginal discharge is not normal is vaginal discharge caused by other diseases such as vaginal infections due to bacteria / fungi / parasites, sexually transmitted diseases, cervical cancer, or pelvic inflammation. Abnormal vaginal discharge is generally colored (white / yellow / greenish) and can be accompanied by other complaints such as odor, itching or pain in the stomach.
Reading your complaints, vaginal discharge can be an vaginal discharge that is not normal, so it is highly recommended to be examined further by a doctor to find out the cause and also what therapy should be given to you.
In the meantime, you are still allowed to take birth control pills, but you can also try doing the following things like:
More maintain the cleanliness of your female area, especially during menstruation or after sexual intercourse Avoid the use of soap cleansing the female area until further advice from the doctor Avoid the use of any drugs without the doctor's advice Avoiding intimate relationships without safety until complaints have disappeared or until there are more recommendations continue from your doctor. Hope it helps.