Leucorrhoea Is Almost Green, But Not Itchy?
In the afternoon, my doctor wanted to ask, I experienced a little greenish vaginal discharge, this vaginal discharge lasts for 1 month. I have also eaten the brand name fluconazole that I bought at the pharmacy and taken it once a day a week. In addition, I also bought a special Betadine Vagina that is green to be washed on the outside. (Never had sex with men). The change is a little to not be too smelly but sometimes likes to smell and almost greenish yellow again. Guess what to do with it huh? Please help, thank you …
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Leucorrhoea that is greenish yellow in color and often produces an unpleasant odor often indicates an infection, it could be due to parasites, or other microorganisms, such as bacteria, fungi, and even viruses. Genital infection is indeed more vulnerable to be experienced by women who have been sexually active. However, even if you have never had sex, you can still be at risk of having a genital infection, especially if you are not good at keeping your genitals clean, if you use inappropriate genital care products, or if you have less prime endurance. Sexual activity without involving penis penetration into the vagina also remains a risk of transmitting genital infections, even though it is often not considered to have sexual intercourse by ordinary people. Some microorganisms that cause genital infections that are prone to trigger abnormal vaginal discharge like you are Trichomonas vaginalis, Candida sp, Neisseria gonorrhoeae, Chlamydia trachomatis, and so on.
In addition to infection, various other conditions are also prone to trigger or aggravate abnormal vaginal discharge as you experience, for example allergic or genital irritation, cervicitis, hormonal fluctuations before menstruation, stress, cervical cancer, pelvic inflammation, and so on.
Treatment of abnormal vaginal discharge such as yours is often not enough to be done independently at home. You also need to have yourself checked directly by a doctor or dermatologist so that the cause of your vaginal discharge is properly identified. After that, then the right treatment can be done, for example with further tests (such as urine tests, examination of cervical mucus, ultrasound) or administration of certain drugs.
The following initial steps you can do for a while:
Clean your genitals after every shower and after urinating, just clean with clean water, no need to carelessly use perfume or antiseptic around the vagina without consulting first to the doctor, clean from the vagina to the anus (front to back)
Always wear underwear that is clean, made from absorbing sweat, and replaced regularly
Not taking drugs or applying anything to the genitals
Drink more water, and eat vegetables and fruits that are rich in antioxidants
Never do sex with anyone if you are not married
Only have safe, responsible sex when you are married
Don't stress, get tired, and always live a healthy lifestyle
Hope this helps ...