I just recently experienced a fishy vaginal discharge but it didn’t itch, and on my thigh there was a lump but no eye and it didn’t hurt to touch, and I just finished having sex with my husband, sorry when Mr. P entered my vagina it felt sore because I have been unrelated for 1 week, then after that my vagina came out a little red to pink blood, then after 1 hour my body had a little fever, nausea, dizziness.
Vaginal discharge is one of the complaints in the field of female reproduction where the female organs secrete certain fluids. This condition can actually normally occur, especially in conditions of fatigue, or hormonal disorders. This normal vaginal discharge functions to maintain the cleanliness of the female area by sweeping away dead cells and bacteria. This normal vaginal discharge is generally characterized by clear, odorless, colorless, and does not cause pain or itching. However, the presence of vaginal discharge that has certain characteristics leads to problematic vaginal discharge. Some of the causes can include:
vaginal discharge due to fungus is characterized by milky white, itchy, and thick vaginal discharge like cheese. Whitish due to bacterial infection is gray in color, has a fishy smell. Vaginal discharge due to infection with the Trichomonas parasite is greenish yellow, frothy, has a fishy smell, and causes pain after urination. Thighs can be genital warts or just enlarged lymph nodes that occur when the body is infected. Pain during intercourse can be due to vaginal dryness, resulting in friction that causes injury. The use of vaginal lubricants can help overcome this as long as the lubricant does not cause skin reactions such as allergies or irritation. Due to the complexity of the condition you are experiencing, we recommend that you consult a doctor first to fully evaluate the condition you are experiencing. Here we attach an article about whiteness. May be useful.
dr. N. K. Arief