Like Thrush In Miss V?
Hello, I want to ask. I just finished my period and miss v. I felt painful itching and indeed before menstruation I often scratched miss v but not like this. It turned out that my v like sprue so how do I treat it does the use of pads also affect?
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Miss V thrush or miss V has blisters or injuries indicate the presence of an open vaginal mucosa so that it can cause comorbid complaints in the form of complaints of pain, pain, bleeding, to vaginal discharge. In certain conditions, if this complaint is increasingly disturbing or has been going on for a long time, it is necessary to consult directly with an obstetrician to ascertain the cause and get the appropriate treatment.
Some of the conditions below, can cause complaints of thrush in the vagina, such as:
1. an infection in the vagina, such as a fungal, parasitic, or bacterial infection
2. sexually transmitted infections
3. abrasions due to friction or scratch trauma
4. irritation, use of patches that are not suitable
5. allergic or inflammation
In connection with your question, if you feel a complaint of abrasions due to scratching the vaginal area and you have no history of risky sexual relations, then complaints of abrasions or canker sores in the vaginal area are likely caused by a scratching injury that you do. So keep in mind the cause of your scratching your vaginal area, whether the itching is caused by increased humidity, or because of irritation or infection in your vaginal area. By knowing the cause, the risk of itching, blisters or recurring canker can be prevented.
There may be irritation from the dressing, or rubbing your skin / vaginal area with your underwear can also cause blisters or irritation. Because the complaint that you feel needs to be confirmed by a direct examination to confirm it, then you should consult directly with your obstetrician for proper examination and treatment.
For now, keep the vaginal area clean, avoid excessive scratching, use the pads you normally use, and treat injuries or blisters on the vaginal area properly.
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