Leucorrhoea Changes Color With Lower Abdominal Pain And Itching?
I have vaginal discharge, there is an itching u0026amp; the color also changes sometimes the pain in the abdomen, under the navel. What drug is suitable for complaints like this huh?
Leucorrhoea can be a condition that is still within normal limits, can also be things that require treatment. Leucorrhoea is normal if the color tends to be white or clear, does not smell, does not cause itching or pain, and the amount does not interfere.
If vaginal discharge changes color and is accompanied by pain in the vagina or lower abdomen and itching, it is necessary to consider irregular vaginal discharge. Abnormal vaginal discharge can be caused by bacterial vaginosis, candidiasis, viral and parasitic infections, sexually transmitted diseases, pelvic inflammation, and malignancy.
If you experience abnormal vaginal discharge, you should consult a doctor directly so that further tests can be done to determine the cause, if necessary, vaginal fluid and urine tests. After the cause of leucorrhoea is confirmed, your doctor can provide medicines that are more appropriate for you, either with antifungals, antibiotics, or antivirals.
While waiting to see a doctor, you should maintain vaginal health in the following ways:
Wash the vagina from front to back with clean water
No need to wash with soap or other feminine cleaning fluid unless there is a suggestion from a doctor
Dry the vagina with a clean tissue or towel before wearing panties
Use pants that are comfortable, not tight, and immediately change the underpants when wet
Reduce wearing pantyliners when not menstruating, if vaginal discharge is so much that you have to wear pantyliners or pads, try to change pads more often
Avoid free sex
Hope it helps you,