Urinating Blood During 7 Months Of Pregnancy?
I am Siti, I am 23 years old … I am pregnant at 7 weeks of pregnancy … as long as I know I am pregnant, I have sex with my husband again because of the advice from the midwife if I can’t get in contact … but after I have contact with my husband tomorrow morning when I urinate it hurts like burns and bleeds when urinating … does that include BV (Bacterial Vaginosis) disease? please answer … thank you
Good afternoon, thanks for the question
Bacterial vaginosis (BV) is an infection in the vagina due to disturbance of the balance of normal bacteria in the vagina. In the case of bacterial vaginosis fluid found from the vagina or vaginal discharge that is grayish, fishy, and itchy in the vaginal area. In general, BV does not cause BAK pain or bloody BAK.
While complaints of burning sensation when urinating in women who are new or active again having sexual relations are caused by the condition of honeymoon cystitis. Honeymoon cystitis is an infection of the bladder caused by sexual activity. Symptoms that are felt like burning sensation when BAK or frequency of BAK becomes more frequent.
Honeymoon cystitis can occur in women who are newly sexually active or in women who have not had sexual activity for a long time and then become active again. During sexual intercourse E.coli bacteria around the anus can migrate to the vagina or urethra, because they are carried by the penis or fingers of a sexual partner. Germs in the urethra can easily go to the bladder due to the short structure of the female urethral anatomy. In addition, anal bacteria that go to the vagina can also change the concentration of good bacteria in the vagina so that it can cause vaginal discharge complaints such as BV.
If the complaint does not improve after 48 hours without treatment, you should consult with a doctor to get treatment. Generally honeymoon cystitis can be treated properly through short-term antibiotics. Infection during pregnancy must be treated properly to prevent transmission of bacteria to the fetus.
To prevent recurring complaints should not do anal sex, cleanse the genitals after sexual intercourse, not hold urine, consume lots of water, reduce consumption of coffee, soda, and sour fruit juice.
That's all, hope you can help