The Vagina Often Emits Bubbles After Cesarean Delivery?
Ass …. r nDo I just gave birth in a sc already 2mth. In the past 1 month, my vaginal discharge does not always expel bubbles, after more than 2 months, my vagina has often released bubbles like a balloon … Even though I haven’t been in contact with my husband during this birth … r nThat’s why, what is the cause? Thanks .. Wasalam
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Bubbles usually form due to air submerged in liquid. If these bubbles come out of the vagina, the cause may be the entry of air into the reproductive area, for example due to some of the following conditions:
Post sexual intercourse Post masturbation Post vaginal cleaning with heavy water flow Post using drugs that are inserted directly into the vagina (vaginal suppositoria, ovules) Vaginal fistula (abnormal channel that connects the vagina to other organs, for example the digestive tract, urinary tract, or other organ systems ), etc. This condition, as long as it does not cause you to experience complaints, such as itching, pain, unpleasant odor, or abnormal discharge from the vagina is not always dangerous. However, to be sure, it would not hurt you to check yourself directly to a doctor or obstetrician so that a more in-depth evaluation is done through a direct physical examination. If necessary, the doctor can also carry out investigations using a speculum, ultrasound, and so on to explore your reproductive organs in more depth.
Frequent discharge from the vagina is not a condition that can be prevented. However, you can minimize this by maintaining the cleanliness of your vagina, the way that is by:
Clean from front to back using good quality water after every bowel movement and after intercourse Do not over-masturbate Not have risky sex Always use clean pants and underwear Do not use vaginal care products that have the potential to cause irritation, for example deodorizing soap, spa , or pantyliner Do not use drugs carelessly to overcome your complaints, except for a prescription directly from a doctor.