Causes Of Itching In The Vaginal Area And BAK Are Yellow?
Hi. I am a 30 year old woman. Married. Don’t have kids. 3 weeks ago my genitals felt itchy and unconscious. I swipe “until the itching disappears. And after that. There is black liquid in the pantyliner. Then there is blood for up to 3 days later (not menstruation). And after that the yellow liquid is always in the pantyliner. And the pubic area sometimes feels itchy. For fear of illness, I went to the doctor to check the vagina, and there was growing meat, but after the test, the meat did not contain the disease, but there was still a yellow liquid in the panty liner and yellow urine every time you urinated. urinary tract or other diseases? There are no aches and pains anywhere, nor has weight been lost Previously Thank you.
Hello Cloudy99, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Regarding urine that is yellow, it is normal, urine is generally yellow, but the level of concentration is different, depending on the level of hydration of your body, the more dehydrated your body, then the color of urine will be increasingly yellow or even look like an orange color. However, if the body fluids are always fulfilled, the clearer the color of your urine.
For urinary tract infections themselves, it is very often experienced by women and generally gives symptoms in the form of feeling of dizzy, burning sensation and pain when urinating, can even be accompanied by blood that comes out with urine. If the infection is severe enough to spread to other urinary tracts, it can even cause fever and also pain in the waist.
Although you do not appear to have experienced the complaint, because the complaint that you feel is still there today, it is highly recommended that you go back to the obstetrician to re-evaluate your condition, whether this is related to the meat you have check before or caused due to infection in the vagina (vaginal discharge is not normal), vaginal discharge is normal or is caused due to urinary tract infections.
The doctor may recommend you to do some additional tests to determine the cause of your complaint and after that, then it will be determined from where the cause and how therapy should be given to you.
In the meantime, if you still get therapy from a doctor, continue the therapy as recommended until a predetermined time period. It is also advisable for you to always maintain the cleanliness of your feminine area by:
Clean the female area with clean water every time after using the toilet or bowel and dry it completely
Clean the female area from front to back after bowel movements
Do not use panties or tight pants
Changing pads that are used every 3-4 hours, or can also be faster if it feels uncomfortable
Do not use feminine area cleaning soap that has certain fragrances or complicates complaints
Avoid sexual intercourse first while the complaint is still there, if you want to do it, use a condom first and immediately clean the female area thoroughly before and after sexual intercourse
I hope this helps.