The Use Of Drugs To Deal With Greenish Vaginal Discharge That Feels Itchy During Pregnancy?
Hello, I am 32 mg pregnant, and have vaginal discharge problems. Since pregnancy, my leucorrhoea was not as usual when menstruation was coming. Now the vaginal discharge has a slightly yellowish green color and is very itchy. After going to the midwife clinic I was given a drug with the trademark AB-Antimus. Is this medicine safe for my womb, is this medicine effective for my vaginal discharge? Because before I was given medicine and cleansing soap, it had no effect at all. Just disappear for a while and then come back again. Even if the AB-Antimus drug has no effect, what is the doctor’s suggestion to overcome my vaginal discharge?
Hello lo.lala, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Leucorrhoea is sometimes normal in pregnant women, but normal vaginal discharge will not be accompanied by complaints as you wrote above, so it is likely that your vaginal discharge is abnormal vaginal discharge.
Because vaginal discharge is not normal, it is advisable to check the complaint further to a gynecologist to determine what are the possible causes of your vaginal discharge such as bacterial infections, fungal infections or parasitic infections.
The drug given by your midwife, contains good bacteria (a kind of probiotics) to help balance the bacteria in the vagina and is safe for use by pregnant women, but its use is highly recommended to be asked first by your obstetrician whether your current vaginal discharge condition requires use of the drug or not.
In the meantime, it is strongly recommended that you immediately consult the complaint to be treated promptly because prolonged vaginal discharge can cause further infections in the membranes and can interfere with your pregnancy. In addition, it is also advisable to further maintain the cleanliness of your female area such as changing your underwear as often as possible, ensuring the female area is dry after defecating, and ensuring the cleanliness of your genitals and your husband every time and after intercourse.
I hope this helps.