Stomach Cramps Accompanied By Slimy Vagina A Week After Intercourse, What Are The Signs Of Pregnancy?

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Tonight, I want to ask. I finished on December 23. Then a week later (by looking at the menstrual calendar) I was having a fertile period. Then I have sex with my husband. Only once. Being a few days, when writing this means already counted a week. My stomach cramps, like people want to menstruate. Sometimes the cramps keep disappearing, cramps again, continue to disappear, even though my menstrual date is still far away, which is 15-16. And I feel miss V is muddy like going to mens. Thick white liquid also often comes out. Is that normal? Do I want menses? Or even signs of pregnancy? Please enlighten me 😊🙏 Thank you in advance

1 Answer:

Hello Princess,

Thank you for the question.

Abdominal cramps can be caused by many things. Abdominal cramps especially after sexual intercourse can have several characteristics, such as accompanied by pain in the vagina and pelvis, accompanied by discharge such as blood, mucous / brown / greenish green, accompanied by other symptoms such as fever, pain during urination, or enlarged glands in the groin , and whether they are using contraceptives, especially the IUD / spiral.

In general, cramps after sexual intercourse can be caused by:

 Sexual factors, such as orgasm can cause cramps, stimulation in the cervix (including the use of an IUD / spiral) when having sex can cause cramps. Ovulation or fertility. The release of an egg cell into the reproductive tract can cause cramps, usually accompanied by the release of elastic white-clear mucus or can also be accompanied by the release of black spots (spotting) in the middle of the menstrual cycle. Implantation, or the attachment of a fertilized egg to the uterus, usually occurs about one week after fertilization occurs. Pelvic inflammatory disease, sexually transmitted diseases, or urinary tract infections, usually accompanied by fever, yellow or green vaginal discharge, or pain when urinating. Endometriosis or cysts, usually accompanied by severe pain during menstruation, and when ovulating. If accompanied by a smell of thick yellow liquid, high fever, and extreme pain, you can go directly to the doctor for consultation and further examination such as examining the inside of the genitals by using a tool such as a speculum, or supporting examinations such as ultrasound.

For now, you are advised to take care at home to relieve the symptoms of cramps:

 Take pain relievers like paracetamol. Compress the stomach with warm water. Relaxation exercises like yoga and meditation. Lifestyle improvements such as adequate nutrition, taking vitamin supplements, and exercising. If you suspect you are pregnant, you can do a pregnancy test that can be purchased at the pharmacy, after there are signs of pregnancy such as menstruation that is not coming. Hopefully this information can help. thanks.

Regards,

dr. Talitha.

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