Mucous Blood Spots Come Out After Having Sex And Using KB IUD?
Hello … I have been using it for more than 2 years … until now I love influencing especially after intercourse. Blood is mixed with mucus 2 or 3 hours after intercourse. Is it normal?
Thank you for the question.
Spots of blood and mucus, especially after every sexual intercourse, are usually normal in IUD users. As long as the spots and mucus only come out occasionally, do not come out too much, have abnormal color (such as yellowish or greenish), and do not cause unpleasant odors, stomach cramps, or other severe complaints, often such conditions do not require special treatment. Spots and mucus can get out due to the effects of side effects of the IUD which triggers inflammation and impaired hormonal balance.
However, if the spots and mucus come out repeatedly, in large quantities, or accompanied by other complaints as mentioned above, then this condition may also arise due to other causes, such as pelvic inflammation, injury to the reproductive organs, infection of the reproductive organs, cancer cervical, myoma, endometriosis, or many other possibilities. Diagnosing the possibility of these diseases certainly needs to involve a comprehensive examination, including physical examination, ultrasound, examination of cervical mucus, and so on. Thus, the doctor can give you the right treatment. Therefore, if you experience this condition, you should immediately check with your doctor or obstetrician at the nearest health facility.
What is currently needed to be done so that complaints do not recur:
Always keep your intimate organs clean, awake humidity, and normal flora balance
Do not carelessly use deodorizing soap, antiseptic, or sexual lubricant around the sex organs
When it still comes out a lot of spots from intimate organs, do not always have sex that involves vaginal penetration
ONLY have safe sex, don't change partners
Expand your rest, diligently exercise, and always live a healthy lifestyle
Do not carelessly take drugs, herbs, or any supplements without a doctor's prescription
During intercourse, before penetration of the penis into the vagina, do first fore play enough to stimulate more vaginal lubrication. In this way, the risk of injury to the intimate organs that can trigger spots and mucus can be minimized.
Hope this helps ...