Out Of Brown Blood Spots After Intercourse?
Good afternoon. I am Afiyah my age is 26 years old. I want it. On May 26, I had my period and ended on 31 .. And on the 2nd I HB with my husband. According to the calendr of my weather, I have a fertile period but on the 4th date I had brown spots until today. So, about 2 days. I think that is the spot? Thanks
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Brownish blood spots that come out after sexual intercourse can occur as a result of injury to the reproductive organs (eg vulva or cervix). This condition usually occurs when the production of lubrication from the cervix and other glands around your vagina is not sufficient to facilitate penetration of the penis into the vagina. As a result, not only spots, this condition can also make the vagina feel sore due to irritation.
Some of the factors that can cause a decrease in the production of vaginal lubricants include lack of foreplay (heating), stress, anxiety, fatigue, use of certain contraceptives, side effects of drugs, decreased levels of the hormone estrogen, and so on.
It could also be, the discharge of brown spots as you are experiencing is due to other factors, for example:
Intimate organ irritation, for example when in contact with pantyliners, certain scented soaps, or other irritating clothing
Sexual organ infections, including due to sexually transmitted infections, for example genital herpes, genital warts
Implantation spots, namely spots that occur when the fetus as a result of conception implants itself into the uterine wall, thus tearing blood vessels
Endometriosis, which is an abnormal growth of endometrial tissue outside the uterus
Myomas (fibroids), which are benign tumors in the uterus that develop from muscle cells
Cervical cancer, which is a malignant tumor in the cervix caused mainly by infection with the Human Papilloma Virus
Pelvic inflammation, which is inflammation of the cervix, uterus, fallopian tubes, and ovaries
Uterine polyps, which are benign tumors originating from the mucosal lining of the uterus
Vulvar cancer, which is a malignant tumor that grows on the lips of the vagina, and so on
If you only look at the menstrual schedule and relate as you say, it is difficult to identify exactly what triggers these spots. You should check yourself directly with an obstetrician so that you can determine the best treatment to deal with your complaint. Perhaps the doctor will also recommend that you undergo an ultrasound examination so that a more in-depth evaluation can be done regarding the structure of your reproductive organs.
In the meantime, you should first go through the efforts below:
First avoid sexual intercourse that involves penetration of the penis into the vagina if there are still a lot of spots
Always clean your genitals with clean water every shower and after defecating
Avoid using underwear made of linen
Change underwear every 2 times a day
Stay away from casual sex
Avoid using intimate organ care products or clothing materials that are irritating
Next time, so that complaints do not recur, do adequate foreplay before penetrating the penis into the vagina
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah