The Cause Of Leucorrhoea Is Like Knowing After Intercourse?
Malem, I want to ask. I just got married last November, and having intercourse 2 days later. The thing is, the night I did that the next morning, my monthly guest arrived. The obstacle was only 6 days, an interval of one day or 2 days after the obstacle I had another relationship After having this relationship, I feel like I want to keep going, right? But every time the BAK always comes out a little “so after the normal BAK so. Also, leucorrhoea is not rich usually like that. A bit often the same. This December which makes me weird. Related to it once a week (because the husband comes home from work once a week ), Is it because it’s too often at a time. Or because it’s still new? Leucorrhoea which is usually like slime is just white, so it’s like a kind of tofu that is dripping so much. But not too much. “Now it’s a bit different. Can’t describe how rich it smells? And, when the holiday is over, my husband has a week off yesterday. Every 3 days every night keeps in touch, until so many times” overnight. BAK which after normal want to BAK the song is still just still happening. Leucorrhoea was also a different color, not clear white mucus. But white is a bit … whether it looks like green or green faucet really close to faded white or the color is white but rather turbid yellow? The smell is also not as good as it has become. That’s why? Can you explain what’s up or why? Thx
Hello Kim Tiara, Thank you for the question.
Sexual intercourse can increase the risk of several medical conditions, including urinary tract infections and vaginal infections. Urinary tract infection (UTI) is an infection that attacks the urinary tract which is generally caused by bacteria originating from the digestive tract. Bacteria from the digestive tract can move into the urethra and cause infection. Relationship. The body is one of the factors causing the transfer of these bacteria. Patients can experience symptoms such as pain when urinating, often urinating with a small amount of urine, difficult to hold urinating, difficult urinating, lower abdominal pain, back pain, fever, nausea, vomiting.
In addition to UTI, intercourse can also upset the balance of good bacteria in the vagina so that infections can occur such as bacterial vaginosis or vaginal yeast infections. In addition to these infections, other infections that may occur are sexually transmitted infections such as gonorrhea, chlamydia, and trichomoniasis. These infections can cause abnormal vaginal discharge symptoms that are marked by discoloration of the vaginal discharge, vaginal discharge that becomes thick or lumpy, smells bad, feels itchy or tender to the genital area, accompanied by lower abdominal or pelvic pain, or pain during intercourse body.
If you experience abnormal vaginal discharge and urinary complaints, you are advised not to have intercourse and immediately consult a specialist obstetric and obstetrician for further examination. The doctor will provide treatment in accordance with the results of the examination. In addition, you are also advised to use underwear that is easy to absorb sweat, avoid the use of tight pants, always urinate and clean the genital area after intercourse, get used to wiping the genital area from front to back when cleaning it, increase the consumption of water, and avoid the habit hold back BAK.
I hope this helps.