Itching Is Excessive In The Vagina Until It Feels Sore When Urinating?
Night dokCurhat ya, my life is 20 years, already in the last 1 week I felt itchy and even like very piercing on my Miss V, and I tried to scratch it or press it because it really seems to not stand because it is so itchy, and when I pee I was very painful, I who had never experienced vaginal discharge .. now vaginal discharge and thick but that is rare, how do I deal with this problem, because this is really uncomfortable anymore
Hello Angel, thank you for using HealthReplies.com.
The symptoms and signs that you feel can be found in several diseases such as:
Bacterial vaginosis is a vaginal infection caused by more bad bacterial growth compared to good bacteria in the vagina, resulting in complaints of vaginal discharge with a runny and gray or white texture, fishy odor, vaginal itching and pain, and pain when urinating. Urinary tract infection (UTI) is a condition when organs included in the urinary system, namely the kidneys, ureters, bladder and urethra, experience Trichomoniasis infection is a sexually transmitted disease caused by a parasite called Triomonomonas vaginalis, with complaints of lower abdominal pain, pain, BAK pain or having sexual intercourse, whitish foamy, yellowish and greenish and smelly, painful, swollen and itchy in the female area. Candidiasis vulvovaginal infections are fungal due to Candida in female genital organs which can cause a rash that feels itchy and painful, which can blister and fester. I recommend that you seek treatment directly to a general practitioner or dermatologist and genital specialist so that a comprehensive examination, such as question and answer, a physical examination of the vagina, and additional examinations if necessary, such as routine urine tests, vaginal fluid swabs, and KOH examination, so that treatment can be given according to your diagnosis.
As for the things you can do right now are:
- Don't scratch too hard to prevent additional infections
- Maintain cleanliness of the genital area
- Do not use tight and moist underwear
- Wash from the front (vagina) to the back when defecating, thereby preventing bacterial contamination from the anus to the vagina
- Don't change sexual partners
- Urinate after every sexual intercourse
Such information that I can provide, hopefully can help you.