Hello? I want to ask in my genitals when I clean the palace inside the congkel so using hands there is rich white textured like flour which is given water so much more often dirty, even though it has been cleaned continuously and again on the inner pubic wall there are many small spots such as meat and smell too. What is that? Is it dangerous or not? And how to overcome it?
Hello Arin, thank you for consulting us on HealthReplies.com.
White patches such as porridge or cheese are known as the smegma term, where oil buildup and dead skin cells usually appear on the labia folds of the vagina or female genitals, and can also appear on the folds of uncircumcised penis skin. If not cleaned properly, smegma will smell unpleasant, dry out and can cause irritation to the genital skin. Smegma will always appear because smegma is a waste product of dead skin and mixed with oil produced by the pores of the skin in the female area and can also be mixed with dirt and dead bacteria. For this reason, it is necessary to do regular cleaning to maintain the cleanliness of the female area because if not, it can cause the female area to become smelly.
To clean it needs to be traced in the folds of the skin and its surroundings, besides avoiding pulling hard or rubbing too hard because it can cause irritation and sores on the skin of the genital area, if you find smegma that dries then you can use the help of essential oils to shed smegma, and avoid applying soap products which contain harsh chemicals or scrubs. Then rinse thoroughly and dry using a soft tissue that is not easily damaged so it does not stick and remain on the pubic skin.
Generally, with proper care, odor in the vagina can be avoided, besides that of course vaginal hygiene can be maintained and avoid the possibility of infection in the female area. And regarding the presence of meat on the inside of the vagina, then it is most likely a texture of the vagina, because basically the vaginal discharge has a texture like jagged flesh that functions in creating sensations when in contact. Because we cannot examine your condition directly, to make sure we recommend consulting a genital dermatologist so that it can be examined in detail. So that we can convey, hopefully useful.