Vagina Feels Sore And Feels Hot?
I want to ask. Before I had sex, after almost 2 weeks my vagina felt sore when pressed and also a bit sore and hot. Is there a connection? What’s more, if you are made to squat or sit for a long time, do you feel the heat and soreness? For 2 weeks I always eat spicy food too, does that also have an effect? What’s the first thing he should do? Or should I buy painkillers? I found out on the web why it hurts but there are many symptoms and I don’t understand. Please answer. Thank you
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. It is true that one symptom often represents many diseases. For this reason, in order to have a definite diagnosis, a doctor in addition to exploring the symptoms through history, the doctor also needs a physical examination and sometimes support to be able to find out where your condition is trending. Among the causes of pain in the vagina are:
Injuries during sexual intercourse Vaginal infections Sexually transmitted infections Infections of the vaginal glands Pelvic inflammation
What is clear from all these possibilities, consumption of spicy food does not seem to have much effect. Because the digestive system is not connected to the vagina, uterus and others as the female reproductive system.
Regarding the first thing you can do is take painkillers. The recommended painkiller is paracetamol because this is the safest drug. Other drugs usually require a doctor's prescription or cause dependence when used without a doctor's supervision. Even so, always read the instructions for use listed on the paracetamol package you have.
Furthermore, if this condition does not improve after 1-2 weeks, or pain in your vagina is followed by swelling in several parts, lumps appear, unusual vaginal discharge or bleeding outside the menstrual cycle, we suggest that you check your condition with a dermatologist and gynecologist to rule out this. - unwanted things. Meanwhile you should not have sex first, keep your genitals clean, and wash your genitals from front to back. Get well soon.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa