Lower Stomach Pain And Vaginal Discharge?
Hello doctor .. I am a woman aged 22 years, 8 months ago I had a normal delivery .. What I want to ask, I menstruate on January 20-25, February 5 until now (5 days) my vagina is quite a lot of liquid chocolate and vaginal discharge accompanied by blood, after I gave birth to the lower abdomen often pain such as the time of contraction and squeezing “, especially in recent months, and during menstruation the pain gets worse even though before menstruation I never had menstrual pain and a period of 1.5-2 months, and I lost 10kg in a month. And also on my outer genitals there were small lumps like warts, was it genital warts, was I exposed to the HPV virus? Was such pain normal because after giving birth after 8 months? And vaginal discharge was accompanied Chocolate blood and liquid are not dangerous? Thank you doctor
Hello Elizabeth, Thank you for the question.
Have you ever checked yourself into a specialist obstetric and gynecologist? Complaints of lower abdominal pain accompanied by abnormal vaginal discharge is an unnatural complaint. Normal vaginal discharge is usually clear rather vaginal discharge, odorless, does not cause itching, and does not cause pain in the pubic area. Abnormal vaginal discharge as you mentioned above can be caused by:
bacterial vaginosis fungal infections sexually transmitted infections pelvic inflammation vaginal or cervical inflammation uterine polyps / cervical polyps .
What lumps in your pubic area are there many? Do you feel complaints of itching or pain in this lump? Complaints of lumps in the genital area can be caused by genital warts, genital herpes, folliculitis, and so on.
Further examination by a specialist obstetrics and gynecologist to ascertain the cause of your complaint. You should immediately check with your obstetrician and gynecologist, do not delay this examination especially because you experience weight loss without an obvious cause. Your doctor will examine you including a cervical examination, pelvic examination, vaginal discharge examination, Pap smears, and ultrasound. After knowing the cause, the new doctor can provide the right treatment for you.
Please do the following suggestions:
avoid sexual intercourse until your complaint is handled using underwear that is easy to absorb sweat avoid using tight pants avoid solving lumps that you mean do a warm compress on the affected area or consumption of pain medication if you experience abdominal pain Hope it helps.