Vaginal Lips Feel Itchy, Sore, Until Blisters Accompanied By Excessive Vaginal Discharge?
Good morning, I’m Ririn, I’m 20 years old, I have complaints in the area of my vaginal lips, which is itchy and sore and sometimes I scratch it, before I have felt the same thing as this, I went to Dr. genital skin and was given various anti-biotic drugs, I want to ask, right, my medicine is up, can I use the previous drug in my current illness, my vagina is chafed, and issued vaginal discharge and extraordinary itching, the doctor stabbed me pibaksin, what can I reuse the pibaksin ointment for my current illness?
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Vaginal lips that feel itchy, sore, to blisters accompanied by excessive vaginal discharge often indeed indicate an infection. Various types of microorganisms can trigger this infection, including fungi, bacteria, parasites, and even viruses. This infection is usually prone to occur due to disturbance of the balance of normal flora around the vagina. As a result, pathogenic microorganisms (the cause of disease) will be easier to breed, then the complaints that you experience at this time.
It could also, besides infection, your complaints occur due to irritation or allergies, for example due to the use of soap, spermicides, sexual lubricants, condoms, or even certain clothing materials. Stress, fatigue, and hormonal changes just before menstruation or pregnancy can also aggravate this complaint. Each of these conditions clearly has a different treatment.
Due to the large number of possible conditions that underlie your complaint, you should not rush to use drugs to resolve your complaint. Not necessarily, the complaint that you are experiencing right now is the same cause as the complaint that you experienced before.
Better, you first resolve your complaint with the following efforts:
Do not scratch the vagina, even if itchy
Always clean your vagina using good quality water when bathing, after urinating, and after having sex
Use cotton underwear, which is loose, clean, and changed regularly
Shorten your pubic hair regularly (don't pull it out)
Do not carelessly use chemical products around the vagina, including perfuming soaps, spermicides, or sexual lubricants
Don't do free sex
Do not stress
If with the above efforts your complaint still does not improve, we recommend that you consult yourself directly to a doctor or a specialist in skin and genitals so that you get the right treatment huh ..
I hope this helps.