Menstruation 2 Times A Month Accompanied By Brownish Yellow Discharge?
Greetings doc .. why after marriage I was exposed to leucorrhoea … I started to have a yellowish color but now it’s brown … but it comes out rarely … this case is valid if I douche shja … in this 3 months my period is also dtang 2 times a month … I am afraid I want to see the doctor … what is my disease really doc ??
Hello Son Cermai,
Vaginal discharge or fluid that comes out of the vagina or what is commonly called vaginal discharge can be normal or abnormal. Normal vaginal discharge is clear, odorless, not accompanied by itching or pain in the genitals. Usually come out during the fertile period / ovulation phase or before menstruation.
Abnormal vaginal discharge is yellowish white / greenish / brownish, lumpy like cheese, smells bad, there is itching or tenderness in the genitals, reddening in the genitals. Causes of abnormal vaginal discharge include:
Fungal infections. Whitish lumps like cheese, redness on the lips of the vagina (can be accompanied by swelling), itching and burning, pain during intercourse. Bacterial vaginosis. Leucorrhoea is yellowish white or grayish, typical fishy odor, itching in the genitals. Trichomoniasis. Watery leucorrhoea is yellowish or greenish, foul smelling, accompanied by pain during urination Chlamydia infection. Leucorrhoea yellowish or greenish, pain during intercourse, pain in the lower abdomen and so on. Brownish vaginal discharge can also normally occur after menstruation. Vaginal douche that is done too often will kill the normal bacteria found in the vagina, as a result the condition of the vagina becomes susceptible to bacteria from outside. Some abnormalities of the cervix or uterus (including cancer) can also provide abnormal vaginal discharge accompanied by spotting or bleeding outside the menstrual cycle.
The best choice remains by consulting directly with an obstetrician. The doctor will conduct a brief history / interview about complaints, physical examinations (including vaginal touches if needed, inspection with an inspecular), and supporting examinations such as vaginal discharge, urinalysis, and so on. Treatment will be tailored to the cause found.
We recommend using cotton underwear. Wipe after the tub and dry it from front to back. Avoid using pants that are too tight. Avoid unsafe sexual intercourse (swapping partners). Limit use or stop vaginal douchings. Avoid using pantyliners outside the menstrual cycle. Thus my explanation may be useful.