Vaginal Discharge Accompanied By Itching To The Thigh?
Hello, good night, I am a woman aged 24 years, lately almost 3 days my genitals really itchy, but before a few days ago I had vaginal discharge first and for a long time it was very itchy and very disturbing to my thigh activity. In the past I also experienced this and finally I stopped eating fishy fish such as eggs and fish, I also consumed ctm and used daktarin cream to relieve itching but it took a long time. What is the best solution? Nothing dangerous right?
Itching in the genitals is one of the common complaints of patients. The pubic area is a damp and unsterile area. Poor pubic hygiene and unsafe sexual relations behavior can increase the risk of certain fungal, bacterial, and viral infections. Itching on the genitals can also arise due to irritation from the material in the underwear, soap used, and sanitary pads.
In women itching on the genitals can arise due to the following disorders:
Sexually transmitted diseases: chlamydia, trichomoniasis, gonorrhea
Smelling, colored (yellowish, greenish, grayish, brown, bloody spots) accompanied by itching indicate abnormal vaginal discharge. Can be due to venereal infections, sexually transmitted diseases, and also cancer. It is necessary to do a further examination by a doctor to determine the cause of your complaint.
The doctor needs to ask questions about the history of your complaint, other symptoms that accompany it, risk factors that might cause complaints, treatment history, history of previous illnesses. The doctor also needs to do an examination of your pubic area on the outside or inside, as well as taking a vaginal secretion (vaginal swab) for examination in the laboratory and determine the cause of infection.
The treatment given will be adjusted to the cause of pubic itching found from the examination. If due to fungi are generally given anti-fungal drugs or taken through the vagina. To reduce itching can be given antihistamine drugs.
To relieve itching in the genitals, you should maintain the hygiene of the pubic area properly. Avoid using underpants that are too tight and wear cotton underwear. Wipe the right way after BAK. Do not use feminine soap containing perfume. Don't scratch the itchy pubic area. Avoid unprotected sexual intercourse to prevent transmission of infection to and from your partner. Thus the explanation from me, hopefully useful.