Vaginal Discharge That Is Lumpy But Odorless And Not Itchy?
, I am thiwhiel 25 years old. BB 75 kg . Sd married. In the past 3 months, my periods have been irregular. PMS has been there since 1 week before .rnNovember mens on 22.rnDecember mens on 20.rnJanuary mens on 19 January 18.rnLast menses on 23 feb 18 .rnDate 6 March 18th, I got in touch and went outside. Always go outside.rnBecause I have a job that I can’t get pregnant first, I don’t use any birth control.rnI control using an android application to monitor my menstruation.rnThe application must be on 26 March 18th. But until now, March 31st, it hasn’t come yet. Since March 23, the vaginal discharge is not sticky, but like dancow milk given a drop of water, it doesn’t smell = it doesn’t itch. I take primolut n 5mg. Am I having problems / pregnant? Why me . Please help answer, because the obstetrician in my village is very difficult.
Hi Thiwhiel, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Vaginal discharge is a normal condition that occurs in women which is characterized by the discharge of clear to slightly white mucus that is odorless. This discharge itself comes from tissue and bacteria in the vagina that are removed to keep the vagina clean.
There are several conditions where vaginal discharge needs to be watched out for, including when:
Vaginal discharge with brown/bloody mucus Accompanied by pain Frothy, green or yellow in color Accompanied by blisters Accompanied by itching Watery mucus that is white and smells good
So in your case, vaginal discharge is not a sign of pregnancy, and what happened to you could be a sign of infection. Our advice, check with your doctor because if it really is due to an infection, you need antibiotics which you can only get through a doctor's prescription.
Meanwhile, our advice is to keep your genitals clean, use condoms when having sex, avoid wearing too tight pants, clean your genitals from front to back and avoid using chemicals, especially those that smell on your genitals. You can also read more fully by clicking the following link to our article about Leucorrhoea and Overcoming Leucorrhoea. Get well soon.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa