Creamy Discharge Like Milk White In Women 31 Years?
, I am 31 years old. I have had a vaginal discharge for a long time and have had vaginal swabs, the test results are r nPus cells; ++++ (the + letter is red) r nAnd Gram’s pos.baccilli: present. r nHave been given medicine by the doctor, enough for 3 days the discharge has decreased and has improved but has not healed the medicine has run out. Now relapses again like the beginning. do I have to go to the doctor again to ask for more medicine?
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Leucorrhoea in women can be triggered by various factors. If it is analyzed based on the results of your vaginal swab examination, it is possible that the cause is an infection, especially infection with the gram-positive bacillus bacteria. One type of these bacteria is Lactobacillus. These bacteria are actually part of the normal vaginal flora, namely the good bacteria that normally reside around the vagina. Due to many factors, the population of these bacteria in the vagina can increase and get out of control, causing infection. The discharge that appears due to this infection is usually whitish in color, it can also cause itching and an unpleasant odor. In addition, there are many other possibilities of microorganisms that can also trigger an infection that manifests in vaginal discharge, for example gonorrhea, candidiasis, chlamydia, trichomonas, and so on. It is necessary to further evaluate the overall results of the tests you have undergone to detect the possibility of these infections.
Apart from infection, vaginal discharge can also be exacerbated by irritation or malignancy of the reproductive organs, physical or psychological stress, imbalanced hormones, the introduction of foreign objects into the genitals, and so on.
You need to go back to your doctor or specialist in skin and genitalia if you find that your vaginal discharge has not improved after undergoing doctor treatment. Usually, the doctor will perform additional examinations, including a urine test, cervical mucus smear, pap smear, ultrasound, or other tailored to your needs.
Currently, you can first overcome your vaginal discharge by increasing the cleanliness of your intimate organs, namely by:
Rinse the genitals after every bowel movement from front to back Use clean water when bathing and cleaning the genitals after urinating Only do safe and responsible sexual activity Use clean underwear Do not masturbate excessively Do not use scented soap, pantyliners, spermicide, or other substances that have the potential to cause irritation to the vagina. Not only that, you also need to live a healthy lifestyle, drink more, and avoid stress so that vaginal discharge does not occur excessively.
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