Pelvic Pain When Vaginal Discharge?
Hello Sri, Thank you for the question.
Have you ever consulted with a specialist obstetric and gynecologist? Every woman has experienced vaginal discharge. Leucorrhoea that is fairly normal has clear whitish, odorless, does not cause itching, does not cause pain in the genital area. Abnormal vaginal discharge has the characteristics of changing color, smelling, causing itching, causing pain in the genital area, accompanied by lower abdominal pain or pelvic pain, bleeding outside of menstruation, or pain during intercourse. Some causes of vaginal discharge that are not normal are:
fungal infections of the vagina bacterial vaginosis sexually transmitted infections: gonorrhea, trichomoniasis, chlamydia vaginitis cervicitis pelvic inflammation of cervical cancer If this complaint has lasted for 3 months, you should immediately consult with a specialist obstetrician and gynecologist. The doctor will ask further questions about your complaint and examine you including a cervical examination, pelvic examination, and examination of this vaginal discharge. From this examination, the doctor will find out the cause and determine further treatment.
You should also follow the following recommendations:
avoid intercourse until your complaint is handled using underwear that is easy to absorb sweat avoid using tight pants avoid using feminine cleansing soap regularly may help