Genital Warts Do Not Heal Accompanied By Yellowish Vaginal Discharge?
some time ago I was exposed to genital warts, and then I had been smeared with a type of pda fluid by Dr. spkk. When I control again with complaints of the same itching (itching sm like the first affected by warts) and feel in some different places and as long as I check myself the warts are still (not completely gone) but I have a yellowish (slightly thick) vaginal discharge but instead given ointment digenta cream and medicine cerini tablets, saleb and this medicine what function? Do I need to change doctor ?? Because when I touch the flesh around the vaginal opening and the inner labia minora there is an uneven shape of the meat / lump.
Thank you for the question.
Itching in the genitals, accompanied by yellowish vaginal discharge and the appearance of mass resembling flesh whose surface is uneven can be caused by genital warts, or can also arise due to other causes, such as molluscum contagiosum, tinea cruris, scabies, folliculitis, chancroid, syphilis, cutaneous candidiasis, dermatitis contact, genital lice, hormonal fluctuations, and so on.
Genital warts themselves are one type of sexually transmitted infection which causes is the HPV virus (Human Papillomavirus). This disease can be transmitted through risky sexual activities. With good endurance and proper handling, most warts can heal within 1-4 weeks. In some cases, warts can also heal longer, for example if your immune system is not good, if you do not maintain the cleanliness of your intimate organs properly, or if you return to risky sexual behavior.
Distinguishing complaints that arise due to genital warts that have not healed or the possibility of other causes as mentioned above is often not easy. However, the doctor who examined you, with his competence and experience, certainly understands the appropriate treatment for your condition. We, without checking you directly, are not authorized to judge whether the treatment that the doctor gave is appropriate or not. But in general, the treatment your doctor gives you aims to treat bacterial infections, minimize inflammation, and reduce itching.
The good, you live first treatment as the doctor advised you. Also consider treating the doctor with the steps below:
Stop all forms of risky sexual behavior
Do not scratch excessive genitals, though itchy
Take a diligent bath, clean your genitals well with good quality water
Do not carelessly use soap, fragrance, or antiseptic around the genitals
Always use clean underwear, the material is soft, and replaced periodically
Do not carelessly exchange personal belongings with others
Maintain endurance with the discipline to live a healthy lifestyle
Drink more, especially water
Do not arbitrarily add, replace, or reduce the treatment that doctors provide
If with the steps above and the doctor's treatment your complaints do not heal, do not hesitate to go back to the doctor or skin and genital specialist to be given further treatment, okay?
I hope this helps.