Stomach Ache, Anal Pain During Bowel Movements And Excessive Vaginal Discharge?
Hello, I have already been defecating for about 3 days, sorry. But every CHAPTER always feels pain in the anus. Also, I haven’t menstruated yet, but is it normal to have excessive vaginal discharge that is brown in color and has a bad odor? Please advise a cure and cure it. thank you
Hello, thanks for the question.
Difficult bowel movements or constipation or constipation is a condition where no bowel movements for several days or less than 3 times a week are caused by poor bowel peristalsis or due to lack of dietary factors. Not defecating for several days can cause dirt to accumulate in the intestine and it will harden. This will cause constipation to get heavier and will result in discomfort in the stomach, abdominal mules, pain when removing the stool, fullness in the stomach, and flatulence. . To overcome this constipation, try to eat foods rich in fiber such as vegetables and fruit, multiply the consumption of fluids, and consult a doctor if complaints are difficult bowel movements are still felt, the doctor will probably do the examination and give medicines according to complaints, such as laxatives, and etcetera. To avoid constipation complaints, it is recommended to consume fruits and vegetables every day, drink at least 8 glasses of water, exercise regularly, and avoid the habit of delaying bowel movements and trying to defecate regularly.
Mucus discharge from the vagina is a normal condition in women, this mucus functions as a vaginal lubricant. Mucus will come out just before menstruation, when ovulating, when sexually aroused, the influence of contraception, or when you are experiencing excessive stress. Mucus that comes out is usually colorless or clear, transparent, and odorless. If the mucus that comes out a lot, smells fishy or foul odor, thick, gray, green or yellowish, foamy, lumpy like cheese, or to cause complaints of itching and feel sore or hot in the vaginal area, then indicates an abnormal condition . Some of the diseases that cause these complaints include vaginalidiasis, bacteriosis vaginalis, and trichomoniasis, inflammatory pelvic disease, and others. Therefore, if a vaginal discharge is suspected of causing an abnormal cause, we recommend consulting a doctor for direct examination and additional examinations such as blood tests, mucus analysis, ultrasound, etc. as needed. Handling will be adjusted to the cause of the complaint. To prevent vaginal discharge, it is best to keep the vaginal area clean, keep the vaginal area dry, change the underwear as often as possible to keep the vagina dry and clean, use cotton underwear and absorb sweat, clean and dry the vagina with a towel or tissue after every chapter. or BAK, and also avoid using vaginal cleaning products because it is feared that it will cause changes in the acidity of the vagina which causes infection to occur more easily.
Thus, hopefully it helps.