How To Solution To Smelling Leuk For 6 Months?
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Whitish or flour albus is the discharge from the vagina. In normal conditions vaginal discharge is produced during the menstrual cycle where the fluid is thick and sticky throughout the cycle but is more liquid and clear when ovulation occurs is called physiological vaginal discharge. Leucorrhoea is pathological when there are changes in color, consistency, volume, and smell.
Pathological vaginal discharge can be caused by conditions:
1. Disruption of the normal vaginal flora population dominated by Lactobacillus bacteria which are replaced by pathogenic bacteria such as Gardenella, Mobiluncus, or Mycoplasma. These bacteria cause vaginal discharge smelling fishy.
2. Conditions due to sexually transmitted infections, which are quite often the growth of Trichomonas in the vagina causing yellowing and foaming and a reddish cervix on examination
3. Candida fungal infections caused by moist vaginal environment and hormonal influences during pregnancy. The resulting body is milky white and lumpy.
To ascertain the cause of your vaginal discharge condition, you should do a doctor's examination. In addition to a physical examination, the doctor can recommend a vaginal swab to determine the microorganisms found in your vaginal discharge, whether classified as normal or not. If the diagnosis has been made, then the treatment can be more directed according to the microorganism.
While maintaining the cleanliness of the female area by means of the correct tapping technique, using cotton-based pants and routinely replace it, as well as avoiding the use of vaginal soap which can cause pH changes in the vagina.
So, hopefully it can be useful
Wassalam, Dr. Farah