Stomach Cramps And Menstrual Blood Clot After Intercourse?
Morning, I want to ask me last month mens date 17 oct and then 2 nov I have bodily relations, 16 nov i mens, but blood doesn’t come out very much (sorry 1 softtex is almost full in duration from morning till afternoon), feeling cramps in the stomach quite painful + intense and quite a lot of blood clots, and on the second day the blood that comes out decreases. r n Is this menstrual blood or implementation? thank you
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Sexual intercourse carried out after menstruation does have the potential to cause pregnancy. In some pregnant women, implantation bleeding sometimes occurs. So called, because this bleeding occurs due to tearing of blood vessels in the uterus due to the process of implantation, namely the implanting of fertilization in the uterine wall. Usually, the amount of implantation bleeding is very small (1-2 drops), the duration is very short (1-2 days), and very rarely accompanied by severe abdominal cramps like regular menstruation.
Therefore, when referring to the information you submit, it is actually very unlikely that it is caused by menstrual bleeding. However, that does not mean impossible.
In addition to bleeding due to implantation, bleeding can also experience that you are actually part of regular menstruation. Indeed, blood that comes out during menstruation is not always much and long. However, for the duration of menstruation not less than 2 days, and the volume of blood that comes out is not less than 30 cc, often this condition is still quite reasonable. The lack of menstrual blood flow is also influenced by hormonal conditions, activities undertaken, mental situations, and various other factors.
To distinguish whether the bleeding you are experiencing is implantation bleeding or regular menstruation, you can do a testpack as a first step. Implantation bleeding will certainly be accompanied by a positive testpack result, while menstruation is not. Do a testpack with the right procedure according to the instructions listed on the packaging. Furthermore, for more accurate examination results, you can also confirm it directly by going to a doctor or obstetrician.
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