Spots And Blood Appear After Having Sex After Birth 2 Months Ago?
Alodok … after having a relationship with my husband miss v came out like a menstrual period, the spots after that were drastically but it made a little impression on the inside of the house … right now my condition was born 2 months … does this mean my puerperium is still on? ?? I have relations like that again ..
Hello Ceriaztuty, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
The puerperium basically has no exact reference to when it ends, but the general reference used in the medical world is 4-6 weeks after birth.
After passing through 2 months postpartum, generally a woman after childbirth has not been said in the puerperium and spots generally have not come out again due to changes in the uterus to resemble the condition before pregnancy.
Complaints after the sexual intercourse discharge itself is not a normal complaint and specifically for women after childbirth, this complaint can be caused due to birth scars that have not healed completely, menstruation that has begun to occur again, or sores on the vaginal wall / cervix . Therefore, it is highly recommended that you consult the complaint further with an obstetrician for an examination of your reproductive organs. After an evaluation, you can determine what further therapy should be recommended to you.
Meanwhile, if you want to have sex, make sure that your vagina is 'wet' enough before penetrating. If it is less 'wet', it can be helped by using a special lubricant to have sex. It is also advisable to have intimate relationships with gentle and unhurried movements.
I hope this helps.