Pink And Orange Spots Appear Outside The Menstrual Cycle?
I want to ask if I finished my period 2 weeks ago, but why did pink blood spots appear slightly orange, after that it came out a little brown, is that dangerous or not? thank you
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Spots that appear before or outside the menstrual cycle can sometimes be confusing. Often times, however, this condition is not dangerous. Among the common causes of brown spots are:
Stress, tiredness, lack of sleep, bad lifestyle. These factors can disrupt hormone levels and cause spots to appear outside the menstrual cycle.
Side effects of drugs or contraceptives. Medicines or contraceptives that contain hormones can disrupt the menstrual cycle.
Infection. Infection of the female organs can also cause spots outside of menstruation. The infection in question can be caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi and other parasites.
In your case, even though there were pink and orange spots before, this is still nothing to worry about. However, if this condition occurs continuously, for example up to several months, especially coupled with other symptoms such as pain, fever, unusual vaginal discharge, then we strongly recommend that you see a gynecologist for further tests. Your doctor will then examine your female organs, and may order additional examinations such as blood tests before you receive treatment.
Meanwhile, our advice is to live a healthy lifestyle by drinking lots of water, consuming vegetables and fruits, exercising regularly, avoiding cigarette smoke and stress, and keeping your feminine area clean by regularly changing your underwear, avoiding changing sexual partners and cleaning your genitals. front to back, not the other way around. We wish you and your family good health.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa