How To Deal With Itching In The Female Area Accompanied By Lumpy Vaginal Discharge?
, I want to ask, I have several days of leucorrhoea like lumping white “white (this is my first time to clot), and this makes me uncomfortable because after I had sex, I washed it after that area of my femininity felt unbearably itchy to scratch it, but I am tempted only to suppress my femininity so that the itching decreases, (currently I do routinely have an intimate hub, is that the cause?) I ask for a prescription medicine to drink at this time, to eliminate the itching. Thank you.
Hello Hadisty, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Leucorrhoea is medically divided into 2 types, namely normal vaginal discharge and abnormal vaginal discharge.
If based on your complaints, vaginal discharge that you experience is most likely included in the vaginal discharge that is not normal because it is accompanied by other complaints, namely itching and vaginal discharge that arise clot. Abnormal vaginal discharge can be caused by bacterial infections, fungal infections, parasitic infections or sexually transmitted diseases.
To ensure the cause of vaginal discharge in you, it is highly recommended to check the complaint further to the doctor directly. Your doctor may recommend that you do additional tests such as vaginal fluid examination or blood tests to determine the cause, and after the results are obtained, then you can determine what therapy should be given.
To reduce the itching that is experienced, therapy that is highly recommended is to eliminate the main cause, but in the meantime, you can take an itch-reducing medication that is sold freely on the market with a dose that is adjusted to the amount of the package.
It is not recommended to take antibiotics or any form of leucorrhoea without any clear doctor's advice because you do not necessarily need these medicines. It is also recommended to avoid having intercourse until the complaint improves / until there is further advice from a doctor. Improve the cleanliness of your female area, especially when you are menstruating, and avoid using vaginal cleaning fluids, especially those that have certain fragrances.
I hope this helps.