The Characteristics Of Fallopian Tubes Are Blocked, And Vaginal Discharge Is Dangerous?
Good night. I have been married 16 months. Not pregnant yet. I want to ask what are the characteristics if you experience blocked fallopian tubes. While my menstrual cycle is 26,27,28 days. And what about the characteristics of dangerous vaginal discharge. Because I often have a bright yellow discharge
Thank you for the question.
Fallopian tubes are channels that connect the ovaries (ovaries) to the uterus (uterus). Normally, a woman has a pair of ovaries (left and right) connected through a pair of fallopian tubes (left and right) to a uterus. Blockage in one of the fallopian tubes may not cause significant problems. However, if the two tubes are blocked, then you can be difficult to get pregnant, because the egg is difficult to get to the uterus and sperm cells are difficult to get to the egg. The causes of fallopian tube blockage are often caused by pelvic inflammation, endometriosis, sexually transmitted infections, history of ectopic pregnancy, myoma, or have also undergone surgery in the abdominal cavity. Clinically, women with blocked fallopian tubes do not always show symptoms. Symptoms usually only appear when the woman has difficulty having children due to this condition. Fallopian tube obstruction is also not always necessarily affect your menstrual cycle. Therefore, the diagnosis of fallopian tube blockage cannot be made referring only to the clinical symptoms that arise, but must be investigated, such as ultrasound, hysterosalphingography (HSG), x-rays, and other supporting tests.
The vaginal discharge (fluor albus) occurs due to secretion of gland cells around the reproductive organs. Normally, vaginal discharge is clear to white, does not come out in large quantities, does not smell, does not itch, does not also cause other annoying complaints. Sometimes, normal vaginal discharge can also turn yellowish, for example if exposed to free air when attached to underwear. However, yellowish vaginal discharge can also indicate that you have an infection (such as a fungus, parasite, virus, or bacteria), irritation (such as the use of soap, fragrances, sexual lubricants, or certain spermicides), hormonal disorders, even malignancy around the reproductive organs .
Handling of blocked fallopian tubes and abnormal vaginal discharge should be consulted directly with a doctor or obstetrician at the nearest health facility. As for now, steps that can be done so that vaginal discharge improves and you can get pregnant faster are:
Keep the sex organs so that they are always clean, not moist
Do not carelessly use soap, fragrance, sexual lubricant, or spermicide around the sex organs
ONLY have healthy sex, not with partners whose sexual history is unclear
No stress or physical activity too tired
Increase your intake of antioxidant-rich foods, especially fruits, whole grains, and vegetables
Not excessive eating instant food and preservatives
Maintain ideal body weight
Hope this helps ...