I need your input on vaginal discharge duringmenopause. When you're going through menopause, you'llhave your period less often or less intensely before it finally shuts off. I know menopause isn't an off switch butmore a slow fade. When you're going through menopause, you'llsee similar shiftsvaginal discharge like white and sticky to y right before yourperiod, but you may not see the clear and slippery phase for ovulation. Because I might not ovulate.
However, when you're going through menopause,there's still a chance you'll get pregnant. And have a kid with a higher risk of healthproblems. Or multiples. As your eggs hit their expirationdate, the body offsets it by releasing multiple eggs. What other vaginal discharge should I expectduring menopauseé If it starts to smell sweet down there, you'reprobably developing diabetes â€“ especially so if the urine smells sweet and looks likesyrup too. A rash of repeated yeast infections can bea symptom of diabetes too.
And your odds of adult onset diabetes go upwith age. What else should I knowé With age, the vaginal discharge goes down,which is why older women tend to need lubriion, since the body doesn't make as much. And while a lack of lubriion and make youmore sensitive to yeast and bacterial infections, using too much lubriion can alter pH levelsand do the same. You'll know you have one of those infectionsby the foul smelling discharge if it is bacterial and the fish smell with yellow and solid massesif yeast based.
Fortunately, I haven't had to do a smelltest to see what is wrong. If you get red or brown vaginal discharge,you'll probably want to talk to a . We already discussed how your period fadesaway at this age. Yes, but red blood that's constant indieslesions or a serious infection, while brown blood can be a period that's not completeor internal bleeding. Okay, that's a reason to talk to the . And just because you don't have to use birthcontrol anymore doesn't mean you don't have to use birth control.
Menopause is all natural birth control. Just because you can't get pregnant anymoredoesn't mean you can't get a sexually transmitted disease anymore. And green, yellowand red vaginal discharge, especially with redness, itching or sores are strong signsof an STD. What a pain. Any discharge with pain means talking to a, too. Whether an STD or fibroids or worse, only the doc could say.
Delivery of Placental expulsion tutorial The third stage of labour afterbirth
This is Fawzi academythis tutorial,We will talk about Placental expulsion, The placenta is an organ that connects the developing fetus, To the uterine wall, To allow nutrient uptake, Waste elimination, And gas exchange via the mother's blood supply, Fight against internal infection,And produce hormones to support pregnancy. Placental expulsion is called, The third stage of labor also called afterbirth, Occurs when the placenta comes out of the birth canal, AND can be managed actively,Or passively which means, Allowing the placenta to be expelled without
medical assistance.It begins as a physiological separation from the wall of the uterus. The placenta is usually expelled within 15â€“30 minutes of the baby being born.Maternal blood loss is limited by contraction of the uterus,Following birth of the placenta. Normal blood loss is less than 600 mL. Active management routinely involves,Clamping of the umbilical cord, Often within seconds or minutes of birth. Uterine contraction assistsdelivering the placenta,And can be induced with mediion, Controlled cord traction consists of pulling on the umbilical cord,While applying counter pressure to help deliver the placenta.It may be uncomfortable for the mother.Manual placenta removal from the uterus by hand. It is usually carried out under anaesthesia, If the placenta fails to deliver30 minutes,
A hand is inserted through the vagina into the uterine cavity,And the placenta is detached from the uterine wall,And indies the presence of placenta accreta.A retained placenta is a placenta that doesn't undergo expulsion,Within a normal time limit. Risks of retained placenta include hemorrhage and infection. Hope this information is helpful.Thank you for watching Fawzi academy, Please subscribe and share this tutorial.