Green, Smelly And Itchy Discharge Accompanied By Lower Abdominal Pain?
Ass … Mlm, sorry I want to ask I am having vaginal discharge and it has been for years but now I have just checked with the doctor and the public health center that my vaginal discharge is green, smelly and itchy … After I was checked at the clinic I was given nystatin medicine, itching medicine etc ,,,, after I used the foreign drug Nystatyn, at night, both of them, tomorrow morning it immediately glowed and felt unbearable pain in the lower abdomen and waist on the back also accompanied by chills that I want to ask what is the effect of the external medicine / nystatin should I have an ultrasound or a lab test, please give me an explanation … Wass …
Hello El Nisty, Thank you for the question.
Do you know the cause of your abnormal vaginal discharge? Normal vaginal discharge has the characteristics of a slightly whitish clear, odorless, does not cause itching complaints, does not cause painful complaints in the female area. A green, smelly, itchy vaginal discharge is a sign of abnormal vaginal discharge. Abnormal vaginal discharge can be caused by the following conditions:
sexually transmitted infections such as gonorrhea, trichomoniasis
yeast infection of the vagina
inflammation of the vagina
inflammation of the cervix
In addition to vaginal discharge with the characteristics you experience, abnormal vaginal discharge can also be accompanied by lower abdominal pain, pelvic pain, pain during intercourse, bleeding outside of menstruation, and fever. Thus, the complaints you feel may be part of the cause of the abnormal vaginal discharge. Please take your medicine as directed by your doctor. If this complaint does not get better, please go back to see a doctor. To determine the cause of this complaint the doctor usually needs to do a cervical examination, pelvic examination, and examination of vaginal discharge in the laboratory. After knowing the exact cause, the doctor will determine the next treatment.
Please also follow these recommendations:
avoid intercourse until you have healed
avoid wearing tight pants
please use cotton underwear
immediately replace your underwear if it is saturated with vaginal discharge
avoid changing partners
advise your partner to use a condom to prevent sexually transmitted infections
take paracetamol if your stomach pain gets worse
Hope this information is helpful.