The Cause Of Vaginal Discharge Reappears After Taking Medication Regularly?
At night, my 24-year-old woman had complaints of vaginal discharge since puberty but did not smell and color (clear), before I joined MCU and the results of my ul was bad with leukocytes +3, then I went to the general doctor to drink AB Cefixime 2×1 then check ul leukosit +2 , then I went to Dr. Obgyn to take a 1×1 fluragyn, wash Miss V with lactacyd 2×1, use a pantyliner. I want to ask, why does your vaginal discharge appear? Whereas previously my position was drinking fluragyn sdh 3hr there was no vaginal discharge, now I am in post mens position on day 4. Thank you
Hello Yeniprscln, Thank you for the question.
Normally, the vagina will indeed produce mucus (which is known as vaginal discharge) which functions to prevent infection and cleanse the vagina. Leucorrhoea / normal mucus has the characteristics of clear white vaginal discharge, odorless, does not clot, does not cause itching or pain in the genital area. This normal vaginal discharge can occur when you get sexual stimulation, are breastfeeding, and experience psychological stress. On the other hand, abnormal vaginal discharge has the characteristics of changing color, becoming thicker or lumpy, smelling unpleasant, accompanied by complaints of lower abdominal or pelvic pain, itching or pain in the genital area, bleeding outside of menstruation, or pain when have sex.
Do you experience vaginal discharge when you undergo a general health check / medical check-up (MCU)? Leukocyte results on urine examination (urinalysis / UL) which shows positive results (in this case positive 3) can indicate a urinary tract infection, especially if you do not experience vaginal discharge. If you experience complaints of vaginal discharge that is not normal, then this complaint can also cause such results.
To determine the cause of vaginal discharge that is not normal, further examination is needed by a doctor. The doctor needs to ask about your symptoms and examine you if possible, such as a cervical examination, pelvic examination, and vaginal discharge examination. Treatment for abnormal vaginal discharge depends on the cause. What are the characteristics of vaginal discharge you are experiencing right now? If you are already undergoing treatment but are still experiencing the same symptoms (abnormal vaginal discharge characteristics), then it is recommended that you go back to your obstetrician who previously treated you. It is possible that previous infections have not been fully treated, or new infections have returned. It is recommended that you do the following suggestions:
avoid intercourse until you recover
avoid unprotected free sex
avoid using tight pants
Use underwear that can absorb sweat easily
avoid using feminine cleaning fluids regularly unless directed by a doctor
Hopefully this information helps you.