Causes Of Yellow Vaginal Discharge After Sex?
In the morning, I want to ask if I have symptoms of bacterial vaginosis. At first the vaginal discharge was like white paper that was cracked and then after intercourse it turned watery. I went to the doctor and was given 2x doses of metronidazole. I drank. Then I was given another dose of metronidazole, which took 1 dose. But after I finished drinking it, the white lump turned yellow. I was afraid I would go, but my husband didn’t show any signs of going. What should I do?
Vaginal discharge in women can be caused by fungal, viral, parasitic or bacterial infections. With the history you experience, it is possible that the infection you are experiencing has not healed, replaced with another infection, piled up between infections with one another or other possibilities such as the presence of foreign bodies in your reproductive system.
It's a good idea to check back with your doctor to evaluate the situation and the results of the treatment carried out. Or you can also check with your obstetrician by providing information on the history and medication you have taken. It could be, later the doctor will suggest additional examinations such as examination of pubic fluid or others as needed. Therapy will be given according to the circumstances that you will experience later.
It's also a good idea to bring your husband with you for a check-up, because if your husband also has an infection, you can pass the infection on to each other.
I hope this helps