Red Spots Appear On The Vagina?
When finished doing daily activities. When I want to clean my vaginal area, I find my vagina bleeding and slippery, the color is red. My menstrual cycle on July 14 (3 days) went smoothly, and at this time I found bloodstains in my vagina, but it didn’t reach my underwear, if I may know why?
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Need to be explored further about the condition of blood spots on the vagina that you experience. Keep in mind since when you experienced these conditions, whether there are triggering factors (intimate / sexual relations using tools, trauma to the genital area), other symptoms experienced (pain in the genital area, abnormal vaginal discharge), history of disease previous genitals, history of intercourse, history of menstrual cycles or abnormalities in the menstrual cycle.
Bleeding or spotting of blood that occurs outside the menstrual cycle can indicate abnormalities in the menstrual cycle. Menstruation is blood coming out of a woman's genitals as a result of a thickened uterine wall. The duration of a normal menstrual cycle has an average of 28 days with a normal range of menstruation at 21-35 days. The duration of menstruation itself has a range of 2-7 days. At the time of menstruation can be accompanied by complaints of pain / cramps in the stomach accompanied by the release of reddish fresh blood or blood clots.
Some disorders that can be found in the menstrual cycle include:
Menstrual cycles are too short (less than 21 days), so menstruation often occurs.
Menstrual cycles are too rare (more than 35 days), so menstruation rarely occurs.
Menstrual cycles are disrupted so that menstruation does not occur.
Bleeding that occurs between two menstrual cycles.
Bleeding in excessive menstrual cycles.
Pain in excessive menstrual cycles.
It is advisable to consult a doctor or obstetrician for further examination and management of your condition. Can be considered for physical examination and supporting examinations such as blood tests or imaging such as ultrasound examination.
Hopefully this information can help you,