When There Is A Strong Contraction In The Vaginal Muscles, Blood Comes Out?
Tonight, I want to ask why, well, every activity related to muscle contraction in my vagina always bleeds like when I’m climaxing having sex with my husband or like I climax while masturbating in my clitoral area, but this bleeding always comes out when I’m after menstruation , so that after every menstrual period I have to go to an obgyn or midwife to ask for medicine or an injection so the blood can stop .. btw, last January I had a 3 month kb injection, and now there should be no more kb effect … but why is the blood I just keep going out every time there is a muscle contraction in the vagina … that’s why … I really ask for an explanation because it really interferes with my activities … and if I may know, I ask the doctor for advice what to do …
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Discharge from the birth canal that occurs outside the menstrual cycle can be classified as metrorrhagia. This condition can be mild if it happens only occasionally. However, if it keeps repeating itself many times, then you need to check it directly with a gynecologist so that the possibility of a dangerous disease can be identified quickly and given proper treatment.
Some of the possibilities that can cause metrorrhagia include:
The most common side effect of family planning is the IUD (spiral KB), but may also be caused by other birth control, including the 3-month injection that you used before Stress Fatigue Very drastic weight changes Side effects of drugs, for example if you take aspirin or anti-clotting other blood Injury to the reproductive organs, including due to masturbation or excessive sexual intercourse Endometriosis (abnormal growth of uterine tissue outside the uterus) Uterine polyps (benign uterine mucosal tumors) Myomas (benign tumors of the uterine muscle) Malignancy, such as uterine cancer, cervical cancer, cancer vulva Inflammation of the pelvis, etc. Through a thorough examination of the doctor, the doctor can generally determine the best treatment, for example by administering hormonal drugs, anti-bleeding drugs, choosing the right type of contraception, to surgery. The earlier you see your doctor, the faster you will be treated.
In the meantime, you can first do the tips below:
Limit sexual intercourse first if there is active bleeding from the vagina Maintain good intimate area hygiene Increase consumption of foods rich in antioxidants to minimize the risk of inflammation and malignancy in the reproductive organs Avoid indiscriminate consumption of drugs (including headache drugs or other pain medications) Avoid masturbation that is Excessive Hope it helps ya ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah