Leucorrhoea Like Milk And Smells Fishy?
Hello, it’s been more than 1 month that I have experienced vaginal discharge which is milky white in color and has a slight fishy smell. What is the cause? And overcome it like what? Is it dangerous or not? Thank you.
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Leucorrhoea in women can occur due to fungi, bacteria and parasites. Each cause will show different and unique vaginal discharge characteristics. We will explain the characteristics of each, namely:
1. Bacterial vaginosis, which is vaginal discharge caused by bacteria, is characterized by a milky grayish white, smelly and itchy.
2. Trichomoniasis vaginalis, which is vaginal discharge caused by the parasomonas vaginalis parasite, which is characterized by foamy, foul-smelling, itchy vaginal discharge.
3. Candidiasis vulvovagina, a vaginal discharge that occurs due to an infection with the fungus Candida albican. This disease is characterized by vaginal discharge which is like stale milk or broken coconut milk. In addition, sufferers will feel very itchy itching, especially if the underwear is moist. Leucorrhoea caused by fungus is caused by rarely changing damp underpants.
It seems that your vaginal discharge is caused by bacteria. In this case, antibiotics are needed. For that, you should consult immediately with a specialist skin and genitals. If needed, the doctor will give antibiotics that are inserted into the vagina as well as antibiotics to take medication.
Meanwhile, keep your intimate organs clean by regularly washing them every time you take a shower and after defecating and urinating. Wash from front to back. Change every time the pants are damp. Use underwear that is made from can absorb sweat and not tight. Wash and iron your underpants. Don't change panties with friends or family. If you are married, you should also invite your husband to consult with a doctor.
Thus hopefully useful.