Solution To Get Hitch Fast?
why I haven’t had an obstruction but instead a very itchy vaginal discharge is coming, is the solution so that I can block it
How old are you? Sorry, your question needs to be clarified again. Do you mean you are late menstruating (previously had your period) or you have never had your period at all?
In general, if you are currently menstruating late and have had your previous period, then this condition can be caused by several factors, including:
The body is still adapting to hormonal changes, which usually occur in the first year of menstruation or at puberty. Menstruation will become more regular over time Stress and fatigue There are drastic changes in body weight: obesity and weight loss Side effects of contraceptives Lack of body nutrition Other medical conditions: ovarian cysts, polycystic ovary syndrome, thyroid disease, hormonal instability, chronic diseases To help facilitate your menstruation can improve your lifestyle to be healthier as follows:
Regular exercise 3-4x / week Get enough rest Sleep 7-8 hours / day Manage stress well Maintain ideal body weight Fulfill the body's fluid and nutritional needs Meanwhile, if you mean you have never had a period at all, it depends on your age. The first period is called menarche. Menarche normally occurs between 11-13 years of age. Menarche that occurs at the age of 8-10 years is early menarche. Meanwhile, menarche that occurs at the age of 14-16 years is menarche tarda or late menarche. If it is more than 16 years and the first menstruation has not occurred, then this condition is called primary amenorrhea.
Primary amenorrhea can be caused due to several factors such as malnutrition, imperforate hymen, anatomical abnormalities (no ovaries and uterus or abnormal size), disorders of the hypothalamus, impaired egg function, and Turner syndrome. To be sure, it requires a direct examination by an obstetrician either by interview, physical examination, and supporting examinations with ultrasound and hormone tests if necessary. Handling will be adjusted to the results of the patient's examination.
If you are more than 13 years old but still less than 16 years old and you have not experienced menarche, you can try to improve your lifestyle as above, and eat more healthy and nutritious foods.
If you are over 16 years of age and have not had menarche, or if your period is more than 3 months late, I suggest that you check with your obstetrician so that further tests can be done to confirm your condition and so that you can be given maximum treatment. yes.
Associated with vaginal discharge, normal vaginal discharge shouldn't itch. Itchy vaginal discharge indicates that the vaginal discharge is not normal. Abnormal vaginal discharge and itching can be caused due to fungal infections, bacterial infections, viral infections, parasitic infections, sexually transmitted diseases, pelvic inflammation, and malignancy.
Further examination is needed with a doctor's interview, physical examination, and vaginal fluid tests if necessary to determine the cause of vaginal discharge. Therefore it would be better if you check with your doctor first for itchy vaginal discharge problems. The doctor will perform an examination and determine the most appropriate treatment for you. Handling of vaginal discharge will be adjusted according to the results of the examination, it can be antifungal, antibiotic, antiviral, or antiseptic.
We recommend that you maintain vaginal health with the following tips:
Clean the vagina with clean water without soap and without feminine sanitizer Dry the vagina before wearing underwear Use comfortable and not tight underwear Change the underwear when wet Avoid wearing pantyliners when you are not menstruating, if you have a lot of vaginal discharge and you are forced to wear pantyliners, change pantyliners more often , do not let the vagina too damp Avoid free sex The following articles related to the topic of your question:
Thank you and hope it helps,
dr. Devika Y