Handling Abnormal Vaginal Discharge?
I want to ask, I have abnormal vaginal discharge, if I do suction, will the vaginal discharge come back again?
Hello Sunset, Thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Whitish is said to be abnormal if there is a change in color to yellow, green, or brown, turns thicker and even lumpy, causes itching or burning sensation in the pubic area, causes bleeding outside the time of menstruation, causes lower abdominal or pelvic pain, or causes pain during intercourse. Some causes of abnormal vaginal discharge include sexually transmitted infections, bacterial vaginosis, yeast infection, pelvic inflammation, inflammation of the vagina or cervix. What do you mean by whitish suction? There is no medical action with the aim of sucking up vaginal discharge. The main handling of vaginal discharge is to find the cause and then treat it so that the discharge does not occur again.
If you experience abnormal vaginal discharge, the best step you can take is to consult with an obstetrician and gynecologist so that the doctor can do a cervical examination, pelvic examination, and examination of this vaginal discharge to find the cause. If the cause is known, the new doctor can determine the appropriate treatment for you.
Please do the following suggestions:
avoid intercourse until you recover. Use underwear that absorbs sweat easily. Use dry and clean underwear. Avoid wearing tight pants. Avoid using feminine cleansers. Hopefully this information is useful.