Leucorrhoea Every Day At The Age Of 20 Years?
Hello, I have experienced vaginal discharge every day since I was 12 years old until now I will turn 20 years old, the most fatal symptom is when I was 18 years old and had menstruation for one month without stopping but only one month, and even a little blood just a red rickshaw and after my period after my vagina itches very much, how is that normal or not? Thank you
Thank you for the question.
Leucorrhoea can naturally be caused by the activity of the glands around the genitals that are affected by hormones, psychological conditions, as well as the activities carried out. This leucorrhoea should be wary of dangerous if it appears excessive, causing itching, burning, or an unpleasant odor in your genitals. If this is true for your vaginal discharge, then the trigger could be related to irritation, infection, to malignancy around your reproductive organs.
Prolonged menstrual blood spots (more than 2 weeks) accompanied by itching in the vagina often indicate an imbalanced hormone condition. Spots and vaginal itching can also be triggered by other factors, such as endometriosis, uterine polyps, pelvic inflammation, as well as some causes of abnormal vaginal discharge as mentioned above.
To find out the originator of your complaint, and what is the way to handle it, you should check yourself directly to the doctor or obstetrician. Urine, cervical mucus, and ultrasound examinations may be recommended by the doctor if you suspect a more serious condition. In the meantime, you can try first:
Keep your intimate organs clean better. Avoid risky sex (including sex outside of marriage, or sex with partners whose sexual history is unclear) Avoid scratching the vagina, even if itchy. Avoid using reckless soaps, fragrances, spas, or other concoctions around the vagina without a doctor's recommendation Avoid excessive stress and anxiety, and be disciplined in living a healthy lifestyle. Hope it helps.