Can Intravenous Fluids Be Used On The Inside Wall Of The Doctor’s Vagina?
I am 24 years old, I have not been able to get married or do anything outside of it. I missed my period 2 months. Before this, from the previous 2 months I had a little nodule but it felt like a hang on the inside of the vaginal wall. Then I clean with clean water that never goes away. After I clean it with LIQUID infusion. Bintil lost in 2 days dock. And after that my menstrual circulation is not smooth every month. Is it permissible to use intravenous fluids on the inner wall of the vagina? Please doc. How do I make it so I can menstruate again
Originally posted 2020-04-14 08:43:42.
Thank you for the question.
Late menstruation most often signifies a disturbed hormonal balance in your body. The reason could be due to obesity, stress, fatigue, lack of exercise, extreme diet, the influence of drugs or birth control, thyroid gland disorders, and so on. It could also be that your menstruation is too late to indicate that you are pregnant or have an illness, for example ovarian cysts.
The appearance of itchy nodules in the vagina can cause many causes, for example infections (for example warts, scabies, tinea cruris, folliculitis, even sexually transmitted infections if you have had unhealthy sex), irritation, allergies, even benign tumors or malignant around the vagina.
Handling of delay in menstruation and nodules in the vagina as you experience can be a variety of ways, and do not have to be immediately consulted by a doctor. If you are not allergic to intravenous fluids (NaCl), and if your complaints improve in this way, then it's okay to use this fluid to help clean your vagina. Even so, in some sensitive people, the use of intravenous fluids can actually aggravate inflammation in the vagina, or disrupt the balance of normal flora around the vagina so as to facilitate infection.
In order to improve your complaint, the following steps should also be taken:
Clean the vagina using clean and flowing water, do not carelessly use perfume, soap, or other chemicals
Not holding the vagina with dirty hands, including for masturbation
Do not scratch, squeeze, or slough off any nodules in the vagina
Drink plenty of water, and do not hold back urination
Always use underwear that is clean, made from soft, and replaced frequently
Always live a healthy lifestyle, including adequate sleep, eating a balanced nutritional value, eating lots of fruit, exercising every day, and learning to manage stress well.
Do not take any medicine without doctor's advice
If you do not come more than 3 months after menstruation, or if you experience abnormal vaginal discharge, itching, burning, swelling, and other complaints that interfere with the area around your vagina, do not hesitate to go directly to the doctor or obstetrician for further treatment. yes..
Conversely, if your complaint has improved with the steps above, you should not rush to see a doctor, so that your risk of contracting the disease (including COVID-19) can be reduced.
I hope this helps.