Thick White Liquid And Crushed Like Tofu From The Vagina?
Good afternoon, my partner spent a small round “thick liquid in the vagina but not like leucorrhoea. Kl is held crushed like tofu is pressed”. It has been 2 days to experience this effect, such as diarrhea, dizziness and usually on the 10th, it has been menstruating until now, isn’t it dangerous?
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. The condition of discharge from the vagina is called vaginal discharge. Leucorrhoea occurs as a mechanism of the body to maintain the cleanliness and humidity of the female organs. Meanwhile, if vaginal discharge does not occur as usual, as experienced by your partner, vaginal discharge is said to be abnormal, and may be a sign of disease, but the name remains vaginal discharge. Among the abnormal signs of vaginal discharge are odorous, yellowish, green or brown vaginal discharge, accompanied by blood, more in number than usual, lumpy, bubbly, accompanied by itching, pain, burning sensation and nodules.
The conditions that your partner is experiencing may be due to the following possibilities:
Vaginal yeast infections
Having a sexually transmitted infection
Consumption of birth control pills and corticosteroid drugs
Suffering from diabetes
Decreased immune system
Using soap or lotion containing perfume or fragrance
Our advice, it would be better if you check your partner with a gynecologist for further checking, including his medical history so far, history of sexual relations, habits, and see firsthand the form of vaginal discharge that he issued, also may be carried out supporting examinations of vaginal discharge. All of these checks can make diagnosis and treatment more precise.
As for diarrhea, dizziness and late menstruation, this could be a separate condition and the causes are even more diverse, but can also be asked at the time of the examination, to be sure about the attachment of symptoms.
Meanwhile, avoid sexual intercourse, ask her not to use tight pants and underwear, clean the genitals from front to back, avoid using soap or feminine products that contain perfume, and routinely change underwear. So, hopefully answering your question.