Why Is It That After 2 Months Of Birth There Is Still Greenish Yellow Dirt?
My doctor wants to ask, I gave birth for more than 2 months, but until now there is still a little greenish yellow stool but a little, if the red blood before 40 days is also clean … Normally, already 2 months from giving birth there is still yellow stool? greenish
Hello Aisha, Thank you for the question.
Do you experience other complaints such as lower abdominal pain, pain during intercourse, pain during urination, or fever? The puerperium is the period from the birth of the placenta to several weeks after delivery, generally 6 weeks after delivery. This period is the period in which a pregnant woman's body returns to its pre-pregnancy condition. At this time, the woman will secrete fluid from the vagina called lochia, which is a mixture of blood, vaginal mucus, and the rest of the uterine tissue after giving birth. This liquid will turn red in the first 3-5 days, which will then turn pink, brownish-white, until the white is clear in the end.
Greenish yellow vaginal mucus is an abnormal symptom. These complaints can be caused by bacterial vaginosis, fungal infections, inflammation of the vagina (vaginitis), inflammation of the cervix, pelvic inflammation, or endometritis (infection of the uterus). However, usually you will also experience other complaints such as vaginal itching, lower abdominal pain, pain during intercourse, or fever. You should consult again with your obstetrician. Doctors need to find out more about your complaints and examine you. The doctor will also do a cervical examination, pelvic examination, and vaginal mucus examination. After ascertaining the cause, the doctor will provide treatment that is appropriate for you.
Please also do the following suggestions:
avoid intercourse using underwear that is easy to absorb sweat avoid using tight pants always keep your genital area dry and clean Hopefully this information is useful.