The Cause Of Blood Drained Out In The Vagina And Last Menstruation 11 Months Ago?
hello, I want to ask and a little story, I want to have children, and I have done a variety of ways until I drink prenagent essensis for almost a month, I got my period 11 months ago, but why was that right when I took a shower in the afternoon in my palace pants there is blood that dries like a crust, when I check it on my miss v it turns out that miss v I did indeed bleed a deep red color. can you explain why that’s not it, I’m confused, that’s my period again what is the sign “pregnant are i already pregnant but come out again, i’m confused
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We understand the concerns that you feel.
Bleeding from the vagina can be caused by various things, including infections of the vaginal canal, inflammation of the cervix, trauma to the vaginal canal after intercourse, implantation of the embryo in early pregnancy or menstruation.
Please note how much blood comes out of the vagina and whether accompanied by other complaints such as pain or cramps in the lower abdomen.
Bleeding a little out is generally called a spots. Spots are often darker or brown in color and the volume is not much. This condition is most often found on the early days of menstruation or due to the influence of hormonal drugs and can also be a sign that embryo implantation is taking place in the uterus.
You do not need to worry, usually if the volume of blood is increasing every day, the possibility of complaints that you experience is menstruation. However, if bleeding appears slightly and stops on days 3 or 4, and has not experienced menstruation we recommend that you do a pregnancy checkup 7 days later. Because the possibility of embryo implantation can be a trigger.
What you should know when doing a pregnancy program is to conduct a reproductive health check for you and your partner to assess whether there is a disturbance in fertility. In addition, daily patterns of life also affect the quality of reproductive health.
Examination that is recommended for men is sperm analysis to determine the quality and quantity of sperm. Whereas in women it is recommended to do ultrasound, hormone examination and HSG (hysterosalpingography) to determine tubal patency.
Keep in mind that eggs produced in the fertile period can only last for approximately 24 hours after being released from the ovaries. While sperm can survive for 3-5 days in the womb.
Therefore, it is advisable to have intimate relationships with a partner when approaching the fertile period.
When a pregnancy has occurred, there will appear early signs that are generally experienced by women in the first trimester of pregnancy. Here are some signs of early pregnancy, among others:
Breasts become more sensitive
Brownish spots appear for several days
Nausea and vomiting
Sensitive to smell
Low back pain
Some of the early pregnancy signs above are uncertain signs, so not all women will experience these symptoms.
The following are sure signs of pregnancy, among others:
Visible fetal pouch in the womb
The fetal heart rate is visible
There is fetal movement in the uterus.
These definite signs of pregnancy can be identified when an ultrasound examination is performed.
Meanwhile, to help increase the chances of pregnancy, the following tips you can do:
Perform a healthy lifestyle
Eat healthy and nutritious foods
Avoid stress and fatigue
Having sex 2-3 times a week, especially nearing the fertile period
Maintain cleanliness of the reproductive organs from the risk of sexually transmitted infections
Avoid cigarettes and alcohol consumption
Maintain ideal body weight and avoid obesity
So much information that I can convey, hopefully it helps