The Cause Of Vaginal Discharge Is Lumpy Accompanied By Pain After Intercourse?
a few weeks ago I had a lot of milk and itchy discharge, after having sex I was red and sore, then my vaginal discharge turned yellowish color r nthen I took interzol tablets 2×1 for 5 days r nand thank God the discharge is no longer , but ms v is still close to the anus, it hurts after intercourse is not red and not as painful as before r nand this morning I saw another lumpy vaginal discharge, r is it a healing process or is my vaginal discharge coming back, ??? r nWait for the answer
Hello Bunga Jasmine, Thank you for consulting with us at HealthReplies.com.
In general, vaginal discharge is something that is often experienced by most women. Leucorrhoea can be a condition that occurs normally, with features such as mucus that is clear to vaginal in color, is not accompanied by itching, and is not accompanied by an unpleasant odor. While abnormal vaginal discharge is usually a vaginal discharge accompanied by blood, brownish, yellowish, very unpleasant smell, and sometimes accompanied by itching to pain in the female organs.
Leucorrhoea can be caused by certain conditions, such as:
yeast infection / vaginal candidiasis: vaginal discharge that is white like milk and feels very itchy.
Bacterial vaginosis: vaginal discharge and pain, due to a bacterial infection, characterized by a grayish, fishy-smelling discharge.
Trichomoniasis / parasitic infection: yellowish or greenish vaginal discharge that is bubbly and very itchy.
Sexually transmitted infections (genital herpes, gonorrhea, syphilis): generally accompanied by pain during BAK and bleeding, can also be accompanied by pelvic pain if the discharge occurs for a long time.
The vaginal discharge you experience is not certain whether it has entered the healing phase or not. Because we cannot check you directly, and see first hand the type of vaginal discharge you are experiencing right now. So that for more details it is most appropriate to check with your trusted doctor. So that the causes of vaginal discharge can be resolved appropriately according to the basic cause. And consumption of drugs without a doctor's supervision is very inappropriate and dangerous for your health. And it is not recommended because the use of drugs, especially antibiotics without doctor's supervision, is very dangerous for consumers as well as resistance / immunity to the bacteria / causes of vaginal discharge.
Our advice for you is to immediately check your complaint with a doctor / dermatologist and you can do the following simple things to keep the vaginal discharge and pain that you feel from getting worse:
Take care of the health and cleanliness of your female organs
Use cotton underwear, which is loose and not too tight.
Change your underwear at least 2 times a day, or if you feel it is too damp or wet, then you can replace it immediately
clean your vagina / female organs from front to back
Avoid having unsafe sex or having multiple partners
Avoid using chemical cleansing soap for female sex organs, which contain fragrances, dyes, alcohol or detergents.
That's the explanation from us, hopefully it's useful. Thanks.