Sores Like Canker Sores On The Vulva?
I want to ask .. In my lower cervix there is a sprue like that. Then the wound is rather deep. That’s why? There are holes close to the toilet. So if you want to urinate, it feels sick, like it feels, then the wound gets wider ..
Hello Tiara Oktavia-nii,
The cervix is part of the cervix, normally it cannot be seen from the outside without using tools such as a speculum inserted into the vagina. If you are referring to the area around the pubic or urinary orifice, it is called the vulva area.
Sores such as thrush on the vulva generally give pain complaints, although some are not. It can also be accompanied by complaints of itching in the pubic area, burning sensation when urinating or having sex, abnormal vaginal discharge, fever, enlarged lymph nodes in the groin area. Sores such as thrush in the vulva area can be caused by the following things:
Sexually transmitted diseases: herpes simplex, syphilis, chancroid, chlamydia
Fungal infections (vaginal candidiasis)
Viral infections (other than sexually transmitted diseases)
Other bacterial infections such as group A Streptococcus, Mycoplasma
Inflammatory or autoimmune diseases
Trauma due to scratching or irritation due to the use of feminine products then a secondary infection occurs
To determine the right diagnosis in the case of thrush / ulcer / wound in the vulva required a complete history taking about the history of complaints, risk factors, and a history of previous illnesses, in addition to physical examination and supporting examinations such as blood tests, urine analysis, vaginal fluid analysis. In lesions that are suspected of cancer / malignancy may need a biopsy.
Treatment given depends on the cause of vulvar thrush found on examination. Cases of sexually transmitted diseases are generally treated by giving the right antibiotics with the appropriate duration of administration. In addition, patients may also be given pain relief, corticosteroids, antihistamines, and other drugs to relieve complaints. Patients are advised to do a proper cleansing after each BAK / BAB then dry the area well before wearing underwear. Routinely replace in after bathing, not wearing pants that are too tight. Avoid routine use of panty liners outside menstruation and reduce the use of feminine washing soap, especially those containing perfume.
Check with your doctor to get an examination and treatment accordingly. Thus the explanation from me, hopefully useful.