Is There A Relationship Between Vaginal Discharge And Diabetes?
I have had vaginal discharge for 4 years after I closed the operation and it was moldy and it stopped every day … did it cause it due to surgery or because I had diabetes?
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Leucorrhoea in women can occur normally and is not normal. Normal vaginal discharge occurs during pregnancy, when entering the fertile period, before menstruation and after menstruation is complete. Normal vaginal discharge is odorless and does not cause disturbing symptoms. In contrast to abnormal vaginal discharge due to bacterial, fungal and other parasitic infections that can cause changes in color, odor and amount.
The cause of vaginal discharge can be caused by candida fungus which generally causes vaginal discharge to appear lumpy and itchy, and can be caused by gonorrhea bacteria (accompanied by pain around the vaginal area), bacterial vaginosis (vaginal odor), trichomoniasis (bubbly, greenish yellow mucus).
In addition, various risk factors such as the use of hormonal contraception / birth control pills, the lack of maintaining cleanliness of intimate areas, changing partner changes, too frequent female cleansing soap users, diabetes mellitus.
Previously need to know information related to your complaint. What are the characteristics of your vaginal discharge, including color, odor and how much? Is it accompanied by itching, heat, and annoying pain? Then what history of surgery did you experience before ,? Do you or your family have a history of diabetes?
To find out the cause of vaginal discharge that has lasted a long time, you should do an examination directly to the nearest doctor or the obstetrician to get a thorough examination and evaluation. Vaginal swab examination by taking some vaginal discharge can help determine the perceived abnormality. Associated with diabetes, screening of blood sugar levels needs to be done first to ensure the presence or absence of the disease. Diabetes is associated with vaginal discharge that lasts a long time. Leucorrhoea is caused by poor endurance in diabetics so that the ability of immune cells to fight germs decreases.
While the history of surgery that has been 4 years is not directly related to the vaginal discharge that you are experiencing at this time. Unless a new operation is performed not long before a vaginal discharge is felt.
The thing you need to do is maintain personal hygiene, especially intimate areas by changing underwear frequently, using pantyliners and changing it periodically, avoid using underwear that is too tight, and not using vaginal cleaning soap regularly.
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