Lumps In The Pelvis And Feel Painful Accompanied By Vaginal Discharge During Menstruation?
Is a lump in the pelvis and painful arousal dangerous? And before menstruation I experienced vaginal discharge that was very thick like an oat meal and itchy. Is that the remaining blood in the vagina? Are those symptoms of other diseases? Does it affect fertility?
Hello Nadya Indra, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Leucorrhoea is different from the rest of menstrual blood. Clotted vaginal discharge and itching certainly indicate an infection. Although the characteristics of leucorrhoea lead to fungal infections (vaginal candidiasis), another possibility is bacterial infection (baterial vaginosis) to sexually transmitted infections (chlamydia, trimomonas vaginalis). If handled properly, vaginal discharge due to vaginal infection has no significant effect on a woman's fertility.
It is recommended to check with a doctor, because the drugs needed require a doctor's prescription (there are anti-fungal and antibiotic preparations to drink, and preparations that are inserted into the vagina).
Fungal vaginal infections are generally caused by moist conditions in the pubic area (other factors: pregnancy, and diabetes increase the risk), so change your underwear when wet, reduce the use of pantyliners, avoid using feminine cleaning fluid to clean the vagina (because it kills good bacteria which protects the vagina from infection), just use clean water to wash the vagina, wash and dry the vagina from front to back, avoid unhealthy sexual behavior.
Any lumps that appear need further evaluation. The possibility is very broad between lymphadenitis (inflammation of lymph nodes) as an immune response to an infection in the female reproductive tract and urinary tract to a benign to malignant tumor can be one possibility. Therefore, it is advisable to check with a doctor, where the doctor will examine you (if judged there are indications will suggest examinations such as ultrasound or fine needle aspiration biopsy (ie taking a lump sample and observed in a laboratory referring to a benign or malignant tissue) and give appropriate therapy.
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