Right Abdominal Pain Accompanied By Low Back Pain Accompanied By Vaginal Discharge And Fever?
My vagina hurts when I wear tights, I have had a UTI, I have done a urine test but the results are all negative, but the doctor said I need further examinations in gynecology or urology because I have abdominal pain on the right side and back pain. Now I’m on my period and have a fever, is it because my vagina has an infection that’s why I have a fever? I like excessive vaginal discharge that is milky white and odorless. It’s yellow before my period, if I use betel leaf and hot water to wash my vagina, the vaginal discharge doesn’t come out, as well as if I change the whiteness cd regularly, it doesn’t come out… so what’s wrong with me?
Hello, roseeey, thanks for asking HealthReplies.com.
Pain in the lower right abdomen and waist can be caused by several possible causes below:
1. Appendicitis / appendicitis
2. Urinary tract infection (UTI)
3. Pelvic inflammation which is often a complication of a UTI or sexually transmitted infection
4. Stones in the urinary tract
5. Ectopic pregnancy
It is true, to be sure, further examinations such as ultrasound, urine checks, blood tests, and vaginal fluid examinations are needed if you have vaginal discharge. Treatment depends on the cause.
Vaginal discharge can be caused by things that are physically normal, such as hormonal changes during menstruation, psychological stress, or being too tired to do activities. However, vaginal discharge can also be caused by an infection in the female organs, sexually transmitted infections, and disorders of the reproductive organs. Vaginal discharge that is continuous, excessive, accompanied by pain or other symptoms, should be checked by a doctor to determine the cause to avoid more serious complications.
To prevent it from getting worse, we recommend doing the things below:
1. Immediately to the doctor to check your abdominal pain and vaginal discharge, especially if the complaint worsens and is accompanied by vomiting, fever that does not subside, weakness, vaginal bleeding outside the menstrual cycle, difficulty / pain when urinating
2. Meanwhile, avoid wearing tight pants, because in addition to being uncomfortable, it can make the female area more moist and warm which can trigger the growth of bacteria and fungi.
3. To reduce fever and pain can be helped with paracetamol
4. Keep the genitals clean by washing the genitals after every urination and sexual intercourse, washing the genitals should only be with clean water so as not to change the pH of the vagina. Changes in vaginal pH can cause vaginal discharge because bad bacteria thrive more than good bacteria in the vagina. Washing the genitals should be from front to back.
5. Frequently change your underwear at least 2x/day, especially if you are sweaty or damp
6. Dry the genitals after washing
7. In the meantime, before going to the doctor, avoid having sex
8. Safely, that is, with people who are proven not to have a sexually transmitted infection, do not change sexual partners, use condoms
That's all, I hope it's useful..
dr. Sarah Rizqia