Leucorrhoea Is Yellow And Feels Itchy In The Vagina?
I have a yellowish yellowish vaginal discharge, itching in the vagina. Is it dangerous?
Leucorrhoea can be a condition within normal limits, can also be abnormal. Leucorrhoea is normal if the color is clear or white, does not smell, does not hurt, does not itch, and the amount does not interfere. If there is a change in color, one of which becomes yellow, smelly, accompanied by complaints of itching and pain, or a large amount and annoying, the vaginal discharge is vaginal discharge is not normal.
Yellow vaginal discharge accompanied by itching can be caused by several of the following factors:
Fungal infections of the vagina
Abnormal vaginal discharge should be given further treatment. Harmful or not depends on the cause. To ascertain the cause requires a direct examination by a doctor, if necessary additional tests with vaginal fluid tests. Therefore, I suggest that you consult a doctor directly so that the cause can be ascertained first so that you can be given more appropriate follow-up treatment. Handling will be adjusted to the cause of vaginal discharge, can be with antifungals or antibiotics.
While waiting to see a doctor, you should maintain vaginal hygiene in the following ways:
Wash the vagina from front to back with clean water, no need to use soap or feminine cleaning fluid
Dry the vagina before wearing panties
Use pants that are comfortable and not tight
Change underwear when it's wet
Avoid free sex
Hope it helps you,