Vaginal Bleeding With Abdominal And Vaginal Pain?
, my wife’s V area was bleeding a little during this week, when the blood came out of the stomach and the V area was very painful, and now my wife hasn’t menstruated, it’s been late a few days
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Blood coming out of the birth canal is usually part of menstruation. Indeed, this blood does not always come out with a heavy intensity and a lot like menstruation in general. It could also, this blood comes out in smaller amounts but does not always indicate an illness. This condition can occur due to the influence of various factors, including activities undertaken, exercise, diet, psychological conditions, side effects of drugs or contraception, and so on. The pain that feels in the abdomen and vagina area of your wife when the blood comes out can also be a normal condition due to the influence of hormonal fluctuations during menstruation.
If the above conditions that cause your wife's complaints, of course this is nothing to worry about because it can improve by itself if your wife lives a healthy and balanced lifestyle.
However, it doesn't hurt either you and your wife are more alert. Because, in addition to reasonable conditions, it could also be, bleeding and pain in the abdomen and vagina that your wife experienced due to an illness, for example:
Ovarian cysts (fluid-filled sacs that are formed due to disorders of egg maturation in the ovaries) Endometriosis (abnormal growth of endometrial tissue outside the uterus, can be in the fallopian tubes, ovaries, cervix, vagina, or pelvic cavity) Myoma (benign tumors originating from the muscles of the uterus uterus) Reproductive organ infections, including sexually transmitted infections Malignancies (cancers) in the reproductive organs, etc. You can have your wife directly consulted by a doctor or obstetrician to receive further treatment. Usually, the doctor will carry out several supporting tests, such as ultrasound or other, to identify the appropriate treatment that needs to be done. At home, also help your wife do the following tips so that her complaints subside:
Compress abdominal and vaginal pain with warm water Limit first excessive activity and drain energy Only do safe and responsible sex activities Calm the mind so as not to stress Increase consumption of vegetables, fruits, and whole grains that are rich in antioxidants content Take time to exercise 1 Once every 2 days with a duration of 30 to 60 minutes per session. Do not consume drugs carelessly (including menstrual facilitating drugs)