Pain In The Left Lower Abdomen After Masturbation?
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Masturbation is an activity to stimulate yourself to get sexual satisfaction. In general, masturbation is quite safe to do as long as it does not interfere with the lives of people who masturbate and masturbate on their own and do not alternate sex toys with other people. Thus you do not need to worry about masturbation activities that you do provided you are also not disturbed by these activities.
If you start to feel disturbed, you can try to do the following tips:
Avoid all things related to sex and pornography
Divert attention and thoughts when you start thinking about masturbation, for example by doing sports
Avoid being alone in the room or bathroom for too long
Expand other positive activities
If you have difficulty controlling your desire to masturbate, you should consult with a doctor or psychologist who studies sexology
Associated with bleeding, it is possible during masturbation then there is injury to the vaginal area. This condition will improve by itself if the wound is only small. But bleeding outside menstruation can also be caused by other conditions such as spots during ovulation during fertility, blood implantation, stress, fatigue, pelvic inflammation, infection and inflammation of the vagina and cervix, side effects of IUDs, sexually transmitted diseases, and malignancies.
Left lower abdominal pain can be related to female reproductive organs such as menstrual pain, ovarian cysts, endometriosis, pelvic inflammation, infection of the fallopian tubes, and symptoms of pregnancy outside the uterus. Lower left abdominal pain can also be caused due to things outside the reproductive organs, such as urinary tract infections, kidney disorders, constipation, food poisoning, digestive disorders, and malignancy of the stomach area.
Regarding vaginal discharge, as long as it is odorless, painless, itchy, and the color tends to be clear or white, the possibility of vaginal discharge is still within normal limits and should not be a concern. but if vaginal discharge is color, smelly, painful, and itchy, there is a possibility of infection in the vagina, could be due to bacterial, viral, or parasitic infections and requires further treatment by a doctor.
The certainty of the cause of your complaint can only be concluded by a direct examination. For now you can do the following tips first:
Maintain cleanliness of the vagina
Wash the vagina with clean water from front to back
More often changing pads during menstruation
Dry the vagina before wearing panties
Use pants that are comfortable and not tight
Change underwear when it's wet
Avoid free sex
Get enough rest
Exercise regularly and maintain an ideal body weight
Warm compresses on painful stomach
If within 3-7 days your condition has not improved, I suggest that you see a gynecologist so that further tests can be done to ascertain the cause of the complaints you feel, if necessary an additional examination with ultrasound, urine tests, and blood tests . If the cause is known, the doctor will be able to give you more optimal treatment in accordance with the results of your examination.
Hope it helps you,