The Remaining Vaginal Discharge Is Attached To The Lips And The Bottom Of The Vagina?
why is the remaining vaginal discharge often attached to the vaginal lips, and cleaning it difficult? I think after being washed the water will disappear, because I’m not sure I put the glass under it to look, and it turns out that the rest of the matter has not disappeared, I have to dredge it a bit using cottonbath, is that reasonable?
Hello, Thank you for the question.
white Every woman must have experienced vaginal discharge because vaginal discharge is a normal condition. Leucorrhoea occurs due to the production of mucus in the vaginal wall and cervix which serves to cleanse the vagina and prevent infection. Leucorrhoea is considered normal if it has clear whitish, odorless, does not cause itching, and does not cause pain in the genital area. Normal vaginal discharge that sticks to the skin in the genital area will be easily cleaned by washing with clean water. If vaginal discharge is attached, this can indicate a change in consistency in vaginal discharge and this is one of the characteristics of vaginal discharge that is not normal. Some causes of vaginal discharge that are not normal, for example:
sexually transmitted infections such as gonorrhea, chlamydia, trichomoniasis
Please check with your doctor immediately. The doctor needs to ask about your complaints and carry out checks on you (including vaginal discharge examination) to determine the cause. If it is confirmed, the doctor will provide appropriate treatment. It is also recommended that you do the following suggestions:
clean the genital area with clean water, avoid using feminine cleansing soap regularly
avoid free sex
avoid sexual intercourse until you recover
avoid using tight pants
using underwear that can absorb sweat easily
change underwear if you are bored with leucorrhoea
Hopefully this information is useful.