Medicines To Cure Itching, Burning And Vaginal Discharge?
Good night doctor .. I want to ask why it’s been 2 days, every period I always experience vaginal itching, it hurts when urinating, pain during intercourse and there is such vaginal discharge, how can I get rid of what medicine can it be?
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During menstruation, hormonal changes in the body can make your vaginal area more moist. This condition can make it easier for the microorganisms that cause infection to multiply. As a result, various complaints can arise, ranging from itching, abnormal vaginal discharge, urinary disorders, sexual intercourse problems, and so on, as you are currently experiencing.
The complaints you feel may be caused by:
Urinary tract infection Vulvovaginitis (vaginal lips infection) Tinea cruris (fungal infection of the genitals and groin) Irritations, for example due to use of vaginal cleansing soap, or inappropriate sexual lubricants Allergies, for example due to contact with certain dressings or clothing materials Sexually transmitted infections (including gonorrhea, syphilis, chlamydia, genital herpes) Stress Seborrheic dermatitis (chronic skin inflammation that makes the skin peel off like dandruff), etc. Check your complaint directly with an obstetrician so that the best treatment can be identified to overcome it. If it is true that your condition is caused by an infection, then drugs such as antibiotics, antifungals, or others can be prescribed by doctors to eradicate the microorganisms that cause the infection. Other treatments the doctor will adjust to the symptoms you are experiencing. Some further tests, such as urine tests, ultrasound, or pap smears may also be recommended by doctors so that the diagnosis can be made more accurately.
At this time, do the following tips first:
When menstruating, change pads every 4 hours or every time it feels full Wear comfortable, not tight pants Bathing regularly 2 times a day Clean the genitals properly after every bowel movement and sex Avoid free sex Drink enough (2 to 3 liters) per day) Do not scratch excessively itchy vagina Avoid plucking the vaginal hair, just shorten it. Avoid using vaginal cleansing soap carelessly without consulting the doctor. Stay away from stress.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah