Stiffness To Swelling In The Vagina At 7 Months Of Pregnancy?
good night .. so, I am now 7 months pregnant … a month earlier, I took part in the training from the office, where there were more activities in class starting from 8am to 6pm. in the first week there were no complaints. but starting in the second week, until now, miss v I felt sore and swollen on one of her lips after too long sitting or in any position that made Miss V depressed. I think “this complaint is a danger to the fetus and for me … especially during labor, because I want a normal delivery …
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Stiffness to swelling in the vagina during pregnancy can occur related to pregnancy, but it can also be due to other reasons. Some of the most common conditions that may cause this complaint are:
Back blood flow that is not smooth
The habit of sitting too long, wearing tight clothes, and lack of exercise during pregnancy can cause back blood flow that should flow from the lower legs and the area around the genitals back to the heart to become less smooth. As a result, there will be swelling. Not only that, the accumulation of the remaining metabolites in the blood vessels can also cause the tissue to experience hypoxia (lack of oxygen) so that it feels pain, soreness, tingling, or numbness. Bartholin's gland cyst or abscess
Bartholin's glands are located on the inner side of the vaginal lips on the right and left. These glands function to produce vaginal lubricating fluid, especially during sexual stimulation. If the outlet that connects this gland to the vaginal lips is blocked, for example due to inflammation or the entry of a foreign object, the gland can become inflamed, causing painful cysts (fluid-filled sacs) or abscesses (pus-filled sacs). Vulvovaginitis (inflammation of the vaginal lips)
Inflammation of the vaginal lips can cause various complaints, ranging from pain, burning, itching, redness, swelling, to excessive vaginal discharge. The causes of this inflammation can vary, ranging from infection (can be due to viruses, bacteria, fungi, parasites), irritation, allergies, and so on. Insect or other animal bites Benign or malignant tumors around the vagina, etc. The danger or absence of this condition for the fetus in your womb can only be determined after the cause of the stiffness and swelling is known. Therefore, you should check your complaint directly with a doctor or obstetrician. Usually, the condition as you are experiencing is not dangerous and can be improved by administering medication and proper natural treatment.
In the meantime, you should first do the following tips:
Compress the swollen and sore vagina with warm water Rinse the genitals properly after urinating. Minimize sexual intercourse while the vagina is still swollen and sore Use comfortable, loose, and clean pants. Avoid contact between the vagina and substances that are irritating, including pantyliners or scented soaps vagina Avoid sitting too long or doing activities too tired. Hope this helps ..