The Relationship Between Vaginal Candidiasis And Pelvis That Feels Painful, Hot And Sore?
morning permission asked, is it true that vaginal candidiasis can cause infertility? then is there a connection between vaginal candidiasis and pelvic pain that feels hot and sore? information please, thank you.
Thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Yeast infection Candida sp. in the vagina is called vaginal Candidiasis (vaginal candidiasis). This condition often makes sufferers feel itching and pain around the genitals, accompanied by excessive vaginal discharge and smells bad. It could also be, pain in the genitals radiating to the pelvis or lower abdomen as you experience.
Vaginal candidiasis is more at risk for pregnant women, users of hormonal contraceptives (such as birth control pills, injection contraceptives), and those with diabetes or other diseases related to immune disorders (for example HIV).
There is no direct link between vaginal candidiasis and infertility. However, excessive vaginal discharge can inhibit sperm cells from reaching and fertilizing an egg. Therefore, this condition should be handled adequately.
The diagnosis of vaginal candidiasis is confirmed through laboratory tests, namely by taking vaginal mucus samples for examination in the laboratory or for culture. After the diagnosis of vaginal candidiasis is erect, treatment can be done by administering anti-fungas and several other drugs according to the complaints experienced by the patient.
In addition to treatment, preventive measures are also very important to prevent recurring complaints. For that, sufferers can do the following tips:
Choose cotton underwear
Avoid taking antibiotics carelessly without clear medical indications --- this can disrupt the balance of normal flora in the vagina, leading to an overgrowth of pathogenic microorganisms
Keep your genitals clean and dry
Practice healthy sexual behavior
That's the explanation from us. For more details, please consult directly with a skin and genital specialist doctor.
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah