Test To Detect The Risk Of Changes In The Cervix?
Good afternoon. My 25-year-old woman was married. A few days ago I had sex with my husband, then after having sex came out but only a speck of blood. Then I did an IVA test at the health center, after the IVA test the midwife said the results were negative, good u0026amp; normal vaginal discharge only then cleaned u0026amp; prescribed nystatin. After the IVA test I had sex again with my husband and there was a speck of blood again. Is that normal? And after the iva test around the vagina I was uncomfortable. Thank you.
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IVA test or visual inspection of acetic acid which is a screening check to detect any risk of changes in the cervix to the possibility of cervical cancer or cervical cancer. This examination is done by applying acetic acid in the cervix to find out whether there are changes in precancerous or cancer of the cervix .A positive IVA test if there is a white discoloration in the cervix. In addition, IVA can provide negative values and IVA inflammation, so IVA test results will be used as a basis for care and education.
Spotting of blood after intercourse is a complaint of blood loss from womanhood after intercourse. The presence of blood spots after intercourse is often one of the earliest symptoms of cervical cancer, but not all blood spots after intercourse are caused by cervical cancer, so IVA examination is done to show whether there is a risk of cervical cancer. Some of the conditions below can also cause blood spots or bleeding after intercourse, such as:
1. injury or irritation due to friction or trauma to the vagina
2. vaginal infections, such as vaginal discharge
3. polyps in female organs
5. early signs of pregnancy
In connection with your question, if the IVA test results are negative, and your midwife reports vaginal discharge that may be due to an inflammatory process, then the presence of bloody stools is likely caused by inflammation or infection in the vagina. So, if the midwife states the vaginal discharge process needs to be treated, then you should postpone sex until the condition of inflammation or infection in the female organs or your vaginal discharge heals and improves. Thus, it is hoped that this inflammatory process will recover and not cause further bleeding during intercourse.
However, if the medicine given by your midwife has run out, and complaints of vaginal discharge are still present or bleeding after intercourse is still present, then you should consult directly with your obstetrician for further evaluation and examination. Thus, the doctor can conduct a physical examination and supporting examination required. The results of the examination will be a reference for your care and treatment.
For now, avoid physical fatigue and avoid sex until vaginal discharge is healed.
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