Leucorrhoea During Intercourse?
Good afternoon. I am 23 years old. I experienced vaginal discharge like rice, but the vaginal discharge was not in the mouth of the vagina. If I am in contact with a new husband, her vaginal discharge comes out and sticks to my husband. Is this normal? Explanation please
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White vaginal discharge such as rice, and thick so that it often sticks to the penis after sexual intercourse, could be a sign of a yeast infection. This fungal infection is prone to occur due to disruption in the balance of the normal flora population around the vagina, for example due to the habit of using vaginal deodorizers, soaps, spermicides, pantyliners, or improper sexual lubricants. Poor immune system, personal hygiene that is not maintained, and sexual contact with a partner who also has a fungal infection can further increase your risk of fungal infection.
Not only fungal infections, infections of other microorganisms, such as parasites, viruses, or bacteria can also cause abnormal vaginal discharge as you experience. Can also, vaginal discharge like this is exacerbated by the presence of irritation, malignancy, or hormonal fluctuations (for example, before menstruation or menopause).
Our advice, you consult yourself directly to a doctor or specialist skin and genitals so you can get the right treatment. At home, to overcome the vaginal discharge, you can do the following trick:
Clean your genitals well (just use clean water, don't need to add anything) after every bowel movement, after sexual intercourse, and when bathing Choose soft, absorb sweat, non-tight, and clean underwear material. faithful to 1 partner, avoid sexual relations with partners whose sexual history is not clear. Do not carelessly use vaginal scent, soap, spermicide, pantyliner, or sexual lubricant Drink more water.