I used to have abnormal vaginal discharge, but now this is a rarity, does that indicate the recovery of the dock?
Thank you for the question.
Leucorrhoea can naturally occur as part of the activity of gland cells in the intimate organs due to hormonal influences. This normal vaginal discharge will be clear to vaginal discharge, the consistency is liquid, the amount is small, odorless, itchy, and also does not cause other symptoms of inflammation, such as swelling, redness, and bruntusan in the genitals.
If there is a lot of vaginal discharge, thick, unpleasant odor, abnormal color itching, or accompanied by signs of inflammation as mentioned above, then this condition may indicate that your sex organs are infected, such as due to fungi, bacteria, viruses, and even parasites. Other factors, such as irritation, hormonal disorders, side effects of drugs, to malignancy around the reproductive organs can also cause abnormal vaginal discharge.
If it is true that your vaginal discharge is no longer showing the abnormal characteristics as mentioned earlier, it is very likely that your condition is no longer necessary to worry about. However, to prevent this abnormal vaginal discharge from recurring, you still need to do the following suggestions:
Diligent and clean shower
Clean your genitals from front to back too, using good quality water
Do not have sex with a partner whose sexual history is not clear
No excessive stress
Drink a lot of water
Not fond of holding back urination
Change clothes often
Do not carelessly use soap, pantyliners, sexual lubricants, vaginal deodorizers, and other chemical substances around the genitals
Conversely, if abnormal vaginal discharge reappears, you should check with your doctor or dermatologist so that it is handled well, right?
I hope this helps.