How To Deal With Ants That Enter The Vagina?
, can ants enter the vagina? And if so will he be able to last long and hurt the inside of the vagina or will he come out with vaginal discharge?
Ants that enter the vagina is a very rare condition, although this may occur in certain circumstances. Ants and other insects generally can not survive long in the vagina. In addition, the vagina has its own mechanism to clean the female sex organs, one of which is by producing vaginal fluid.
Although it is possible for ants to enter the vagina, it is important to note that vaginal itching like an ant walking is not always caused by an ant actually entering the vagina. This condition can generally be caused by a yeast infection in the vagina or also called vaginal candidiasis. This condition is usually accompanied by other symptoms such as white vaginal discharge like condensed milk, intense itching, redness and burning sensation in the vaginal area. In addition, other medical conditions can also cause vaginal itching, such as bacterial infections (bacterial vaginosis) or sexually transmitted diseases (gonorrhea, chlamydia, trichomoniasis).
If you experience vaginal itching, you should discuss this with your doctor so that he can be examined directly to trace the cause so that appropriate treatment can be given.
Meanwhile, to maintain the health of the intimate organs, it is recommended that you change your underwear regularly, wear underwear that is not tight and made of cotton, clean the intimate organs from front to back, and avoid using pantyliners or scented pads.
Related topics can be read on the following pages:
Causes of itchy vagina
Caring for female sex organs
I hope it's useful,
dr. Muliani Sukiman