White Spots That Feel Itchy In The Vagina?
Good night. Earlier a month ago I experienced hyper insec bite and my whole body was very itchy as well as with my vaginal crotch, it lasted for 3 weeks. But after that I felt like itchy in my vagina, a few days gone a few days later itching and pain. And yesterday the day after tomorrow I felt itching and pain again, then this afternoon I checked my vagina with a flashlight, after I saw in the vagina there were spots like pimples (white puffiness is small) but quite a lot. I have never had sex before. This is caused by what huh? Is there a solution to overcome this vagina? Or should I check with a dermatologist and genitals? Thank you in advance. Information please.
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Insect bites can cause vaginal itching and pain. However, this condition actually rarely causes vaginal discharge as you experience it. Vaginal discharge that resembles acne after being bitten by an insect often occurs due to secondary infection in the insect bite marks. This secondary infection is prone to occur if you do not properly maintain the cleanliness of your vaginal skin, especially in the area of insect bites. As a result, microorganisms that cause infections, often bacteria, can enter and infect the skin, then trigger inflammation. This inflammation often appears in the skin that feels itchy, painful, reddish, bruntusan, runny, suppurating, even to swollen.
Not only insect bites and secondary infections, it could also, your complaints arise due to other triggers, for example contact dermatitis, drug eruptions, other infections (for example folliculitis, impetigo, scabies, tinea cruris, candidiasis), and so on.
You should indeed consult yourself directly to a doctor or dermatologist to be given the best treatment. At home, you can make the following efforts to improve complaints:
Clean the vagina every bath and after defecating with clean water, rinse from front to back, no need to use special soap or fragrance
Change underwear periodically, avoid using underwear that is made from hot and tight
Do not scratch or forcefully break the itchy vaginal discharge
Do not have sex with a partner with unclear sexual history
Not carelessly giving medication to complaints in the vagina without doctor's advice
Hope this helps ...