Menstruation And Vaginal Discharge Are Not Normal?
I want a little story about my menstruation, so the beginning of class 2 until I menstruated but my menstrual blood did not come out immediately so there was a blockage until 5 months came out and 5 months that I was sick like being removed and my bottom was hard. I tried to the clinic and the doctor did not bear any fruit “and I tried the therapy finally came out menstrual blood and a lot of it came out and the blood was brown until about 3 months came out a lot and the blood was brown. And my menstrual cycle at that time 2 weeks did not stop, then I have also taken hormones from the health center but still have long periods of menstruation, and now my periods have started to decrease but 5 days come out red blood then not come out tomorrow but the discharge comes out leucorrhea mixed with brown blood about 1 week but the leucorrhea mixed with brown blood is long “became clear vaginal discharge fortunately my vaginal discharge did not smell pungent and itchy. What are the actions and should I do to overcome these thanks beforehand 🙂
Thank you for the question.
Judging from the information you convey, abnormal menstrual patterns accompanied by abnormal vaginal discharge may indicate a problem with your reproductive organs, such as:
Ovarian cysts (fluid-filled sacs that form in the ovaries due to impaired egg maturation)
Pelvic inflammation (inflammation of the uterus, cervix, fallopian tubes, and inung eggs)
Myoma (benign tumor originating from uterine muscle tissue)
Others, such as cervical cancer, endometriosis, adenomyosis, uterine polyps, uterine cancer, etc.
Other factors, such as hormonal balance disorders, stress, bleeding disorders, the influence of drugs or contraception, etc. sometimes can also trigger complaints as you often experience.
It is difficult to ascertain the exact cause of your complaints without checking you directly. Therefore, we suggest, if you have seen a doctor and have been treated, but your complaints have not improved until now, you should check yourself with a doctor or obstetrician. Ultrasound examination, cervical mucus examination, hormone examination, pap smear, and other supporting tests may be done by the doctor so that it can give you the best treatment, whether it is enough with drugs, hormone therapy, surgery, or may need other therapeutic modalities.
In the meantime, you can do it first:
Improve the cleanliness of your sex organs
Do not carelessly take medicine or use soap, fragrances, and other substances around the sex organs
Drink plenty of water and eat foods rich in antioxidants
Do not smoke
Don't stress or overexertion
Don't do free sex
Hope this helps ...