I am having a cyst but I am leucorrhea if I may take the medicine for ketoconazole
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Ketoconazole is a drug used to treat fungal infections, both in porters such as phlegm, water fleas and ringworm, as well as other parts such as the vagina. Regarding your case, actually there is no prohibition for people with cysts to use ketoconazole. But the thing is, not necessarily what you need is this medicine.
Because vaginal discharge itself is basically a normal condition experienced by every woman. Leucorrhoea is an attempt at the vagina to remove dead tissue and bacteria in it. Leucorrhoea is considered abnormal if the vaginal discharge smells, accompanied by pain, itching, yellowish or greenish color, accompanied by blood, or various other complaints. If only normal and not a lot of vaginal discharge, chances are it is a normal condition that does not need special handling.
Then say your vaginal discharge is not normal, not necessarily you need antifungal drugs such as ketoconazole. It could be that infects you a variety of bacteria, viruses, or other microorganisms other than fungi. So, if you think you are experiencing abnormal vaginal discharge, it is important for you to have yourself checked by a dermatologist and a genital for further examination including a history and direct examination, as well as possibly a support. This is useful not only to overcome your present condition, but also to avoid the recurrence of the condition in the future.
Meanwhile, avoid sexual relations, do not wear pants and underwear that are too tight, do not need to use any medicine, keep your genitals clean and consult a doctor immediately. So, hopefully answering your question.