The Vagina Does Not Smell But When It Comes Out Blood?
Good morning, I’m Inayah, 25 years old and just married more than 1 month, this time miss v I didn’t smell too rich yesterday – yesterday, but this time there was blood coming out and every urination ached and my hips hurt a bit, what’s the solution? Thanks
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Referring to the complaint you made in your previous thread, it is possible that your condition is currently caused by a UTI (urinary tract infection). This UTI is more susceptible to attacking women, especially those who are already sexually active, due to their shorter urethral size and proximity to the anus. As a result, bacteria from the anus and genitals more easily ascend into the urinary tract and cause infection. This UTI typically causes the sufferer to experience any excitement, which is frequent, slight urination, pain, and noias. Not only that, the urine in patients with UTIs is also often more turbid, pungent odor, sometimes even containing blood. Patients also often experience fever, dizziness, headache, muscle and joint pain, chills, nausea, and various other complaints.
Overcoming UTI can be done in a variety of ways depending on the severity and urinary tract infection. If the infection is mild and is limited to the lower urinary tract, generally this condition will improve enough with the administration of several types of drugs. However, if the infection is suspected to be severe enough to even reach the bladder or kidney, the doctor may also recommend that you undergo further treatment at the hospital. Some tests, such as blood tests, urine tests, x-rays, or ultrasound may also be done by a doctor to be able to determine the best treatment. Therefore, we recommend that you do not delay checking yourself directly to a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine, right?
Here are the initial suggestions that you should live:
Drink plenty of water, at least 2 liters per day. Do not hold back urination, even for a while. Clean the genitals properly (rinse from the vagina to the anus, not vice versa) every bath, after urinating, and after having sex. Only have safe sexual relations and responsible Wear all underwear and clean pants Do not use pantyliners, vaginal deodorizing soap, spermicides, or other substances that are prone to triggering irritation around the genitals Take paracetamol medication if necessary, so that the pain you experience subsides Hopefully it helps yes ..