Handling Of Itching And Bruntusan Like Prickly Heat?
Morning doctor. I just married a couple 10 days ago. A month before marriage, I did a TT injection at the health center. Then after marriage, I had several relationships with my husband. In the first and second relationship there is no itching. But in the third relationship I felt itchy in the area of V V. Incidentally, after the 3rd relationship, the next morning I washed Miss V with betel soap sold on the market. Even before marriage, I used it but it didn’t cause any reaction. Oh yes, after intercourse, I did not immediately wash the Miss V area, hoping that sperm can enter properly into the egg. I also use baby oil as a lubricant so that it does not hurt. U003cbr u003eFurthermore, I use menstruation, then use the pads that I usually use before marriage. But on day 3, men even appear red spots like prickly heat. It feels itchy, hot, and sometimes a little sore. This is very disturbing, especially in a summer like this. U003cbr u003e I ask, this spot is due to fungus; prickly heat; allergy to betel leaf products or baby oil, or because sperm in the area eg V are not washed immediately. How is the treatment and what medicine should I buy?
Thank you for the question.
Vagina that feels itchy, red spots, hot, and sore generally occurs due to inflammation. This inflammation can be various triggers, for example:
Allergies or irritations, including the result of betel soap, baby oil or sanitary pads you use
Infections, such as tinea cruris, cutaneous candidiasis, folliculitis, scabies, prickly heat, genital herpes, genital lice
Other skin conditions, such as seborrheic dermatitis, drug eruption, and so on
Hormonal fluctuations, poorly maintained intimate organ hygiene, and contact between genital skin with certain substances that trigger inflammation can further aggravate this complaint. But unfortunately, without a direct examination, it is difficult to distinguish these various conditions, let alone determine the best treatment.
Our advice, you go directly to a doctor or a specialist in the skin and genitals to be given the right treatment, right. Following are suggestions for early treatment from us:
Do not carelessly use soap, oil, fragrances, antiseptics, or other substances that are prone to trigger inflammation around the vagina
Clean your vagina well using clean water after every bowel movement, after sexual intercourse, and while bathing
Always use clean, soft underwear
Does not scratch the vagina, although it feels itchy
Shorten (not pull) pubic hair at regular intervals
Do not have sex with a partner whose sexual history is not clear
Hope this helps ...