for the problem of clumping leucorrhoea such as milk should you go to spKK or spOG?
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Please note that vaginal discharge is normal and not normal. Normal vaginal discharge takes place before and after menstruation, can be thin or thick, white or more yellowish, and is not accompanied by other complaints such as smelling, many in number, lumpy, accompanied by itching.
While abnormal vaginal discharge can be seen based on the amount that is quite a lot accompanied by an unpleasant odor, itching in the vagina, pain in the vaginal area, as well as changing its color to yellowish / brownish, green or red that indicates bleeding.
Various types of leucorrhoea include hormonal influences, poor personal hygiene, too tight using underwear, too often using vaginal cleansing soap, or the presence of a certain disease. Leucorrhoea is generally caused by bacteria and fungi.
Whitish milky white discharge accompanied by an unpleasant odor and itching are generally caused by fungus. However, an examination is needed to confirm the cause of the vaginal discharge.
In this case I suggest that you do the examination directly to the nearest doctor or obstetrician. Investigations such as vaginal secretions swabs can help determine the cause of vaginal discharge.
To maintain the health of reproductive organs, the following steps can be taken:
Perform a healthy lifestyle
Eat healthy and nutritious foods
Avoid stress and fatigue
Avoid strenuous activities
Avoid using underwear that is too tight
Do not use vaginal cleansing soap
Avoid smoking and alcohol consumption
Washing the vagina from the outside inwards then dried with disposable clean towels or towels
Inadequate water needs
Cleanse the area of sex organs before and after sexual intercourse for those who are married
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