Leucorrhoea That Feels Itchy, 2 Weeks Late For Menstruation But Negative Testpack?
good afternoon ,, I just got married ,, currently q late for mens has been 12 days but when trying the testpack is always negative. These recent problems often experience vaginal discharge which is sometimes thick, sometimes itching sometimes itches, and sometimes when having contact, it suddenly feels hot. My question is … Am I pregnant? Then my vaginal discharge is problematic … I have tried to treat it with betadine femine hygiene and the ointment is getting better … but when it comes out it feels itchy. Because I’m afraid of getting pregnant even though I’m currently in a positive testpack.
The emergence of thick vaginal discharge and accompanied by itching and heat sensation when having sex is a sign of disruption in vaginal discharge. Leucorrhoea is actually a natural process for the body to help maintain female hygiene. Normal vaginal discharge is clear or slightly grayish white and does not cause complaints. Abnormalities in vaginal discharge that you experience can be caused by the following conditions:
Bacterial vaginosis Fungal infections (vaginal candidiasis) Sexually transmitted infections Because you have done the treatment yourself but the spirit is still persistent then you should check with your doctor to get further treatment in accordance with the conditions that underlie your complaints.
The doctor will ask for a history of your complaints, do a physical examination and supporting examinations such as a vaginal swab (swab) examination and cytology examination. If the complaint is caused by a bacterial infection, the doctor may prescribe probiotics to help resolve your complaint, if the complaint is caused by a fungus, then the doctor can prescribe an ovule antifungal drug such as nystatin to resolve your complaint.
The following recommendations for you:
Maintain cleanliness of womanhood in general Avoid wearing pants that are too tight Avoid sexual activity as long as complaints arise Immediately consult a doctor if complaints persist or worsen Hopefully useful,