Why Can Be Like That Huh?
Late night. I am 20 years old. Last month I pms on 26 but this month I pms on 16 and it lasts only 3 days. After that the division grows like a few warts and the door is itchy and very irritating and after menstruation the fluid comes out like a slightly yellow water and the smell is not pleasant. It’s been a while now. How can it be like that? Please provide this information to make me worry
Thank you for the question.
PMS in the medical realm is an abbreviation of pre menstrual syndrome, which is a set of symptoms that appear before menstruation due to hormonal fluctuations. If you mean menstruation (not PMS), then this condition will normally last for 2-8 days. So, your periods that only last for 3 days may still be part of normal menstruation. The schedule that comes out sooner than expected can also be reasonable due to an unhealthy lifestyle, stress, fatigue, improper dietary patterns, and side effects of certain types of drugs or contraception. Although indeed, menstruation can also come sooner due to an illness, for example endometriosis, pelvic inflammation, myoma, polyps, hypothyroidism, and so on.
Vagina that feels itchy, overgrown with lumps like warts, and a discharge that appears yellowish and smells can be a sign that you are experiencing:
Infections, such as genital warts, genital herpes, cutaneous candidiasis, folliculitis, syphilis Irritation, such as contact with soap, fragrances, spermicides or certain sexual lubricants Benign or malignant tumors, such as cysts, polyps, cancer Drug side effects, etc. Indeed, concerns You are not without reason. However, in order for this concern to be answered, you need to see yourself directly to the doctor, dermatologist or obstetrician. That way, the doctor can certainly evaluate whether your condition is included in a reasonable variation, or not and requires further treatment. .
Currently, you can focus on improving the cleanliness of your sex organs, including by cleaning them using good quality water from front to back every shower and after defecating, changing your underwear at least twice a day, and only engaging in safe, responsible sex. . Do not forget, do not carelessly use products that are prone to trigger irritation around the vagina, do not carelessly squeeze or pick out lumps that appear in the vagina, drink more, do not carelessly take medicine without doctor's advice.
Hope this helps ...