Chronic Vaginal Discharge That Never Heals?
At night … I was 28 years old, I experienced vaginal discharge for 1 year and sometimes it didn’t smell. After I checked, I was given drug grafazol500ml and ciprofloxacin 500ml sm get small yellow wrna. lntt..dn what type of vaginal discharge y? Thank you
Hello Frebryolshop, Thank you for the question.
Leucorrhoea can be experienced by any woman because vaginal discharge is a normal thing that happens as a way to clean the vagina and prevent infection. However, not all vaginal discharge that occurs is quite normal. Leucorrhoea classified as normal has clear whitish, odorless, does not cause complaints of itching or stinging of the genital area. If your vaginal discharge changes color, smells, has a different consistency, causes complaints of itching or burning, accompanied by lower abdominal pain or pelvis, accompanied by bleeding outside of menstruation, accompanied by pain during intercourse, then the vaginal discharge you experience is vaginal discharge abnormal. The causes of leucorrhoea are very diverse and to make sure they require examination by a doctor. Some examples of causes of vaginal discharge are:
sexually transmitted infections such as gonorrhea, chlamydia, trichomoniasis
Grafazol is a drug with the antibiotic content of metronidazole. This drug along with metronidazole has a common side effect of nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain. As such, the nausea complaint that you submit is most likely a side effect of the medication you are taking. These side effects can be minimized by taking medication after eating. The best step is to consult a doctor because in general, midwives cannot diagnose the disease and provide treatment. Before stopping the drug, you should consult your doctor again. The doctor will ask about your complaint and examine you to determine the cause. Usually before giving the drug, the doctor will examine the vaginal discharge. However, because you have already taken the drug, it is feared the examination of vaginal discharge may not be meaningful. However, please consult with your doctor first. After knowing the cause, the doctor will provide appropriate treatment.
Please also do the following suggestions:
avoid intercourse until you recover
avoid free sex. If this is not possible, always use a condom to prevent sexually transmitted infections
avoid using tight pants
Use underwear that can absorb sweat easily
avoid using feminine cleansing soap regularly. It is recommended that you clean the genital area by washing with clean water
Hopefully this information is useful.