Prolonged Milky Discharge?
Mlm .. r nI want to ask 3 months ago, if I am in contact with my husband, I want to leave the chocolate pleck when I don’t have it. So, my vaginal discharge is yellowish white … I did a test and drg the doctor obgin for Pap smear but I don’t … 1 month I don’t share with my husband … after I brhubgan, I don’t bleed anymore … but still vaginal discharge like milk without symptoms of pain or itching .. r n r nWhether I was a doctor, I wanted to go to the hospital, uh, the doctor was cm on my ultrasound … and I was on a Pt high school doctor, but I want a pap smear … so I can complain, doctor I still have a vaginal discharge. r nI don’t really understand the doctor’s explanation, my uterus is slippery .. r nWhy do I expect my doctor …
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Leucorrhoea is a complaint that is felt by quite a lot of women. Leucorrhoea can be either normal or abnormal. If there is a change in the color of the vaginal discharge in the form of yellow, green, brown and even accompanied by blood, it is necessary to think about abnormal vaginal discharge which can be caused by infection with certain germs or other types of inflammation in the reproductive tract.
In general, if someone with vaginal discharge checks to a doctor, the doctor will take a sample of secretions from the vagina to be examined under a microscope to find out what types of germs might be the cause. In addition, an ultrasound examination can generally be done to see the uterine and surrounding organs such as the fallopian tubes and ovaries. In your case where you are experiencing vaginal discharge and have been given drugs for vaginal discharge, the doctor has considered it according to the examination that the doctor has done and you are advised to consume and use existing drugs in accordance with the instructions. If you want to do another PAP's Smear, it can be done more optimally after the discharge has reduced or healed.
It should be noted that PAP's Smear should be done routinely, especially for women who are already active in sexual activity as screening or early detection of oral / cervical cancer (cervical cancer), which is the second most common cancer after breast cancer.
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