Yellow Discharge From The Vagina Before And After Menstruation?
4 days before menstruation my vagina came out yellow liquid does not smell itchy..planned I want to check with the doctor turns out I have menstruation .. so I canceled .. after mens 4 days and rather clean .. it turns out the fluid came out again after menstruation … it what is liquid? is it dangerous … and how is the solution … please answer yes
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Related to your question, yellowish fluid that comes out before and after menstruation can be caused by vaginal discharge or vaginal discharge that is physiologically released due to hormonal influences.
Please note that vaginal discharge is normal and not normal. Normal vaginal discharge takes place before and after menstruation, can be thin or thick, vaginal discharge or more yellowish, and is not accompanied by other complaints such as smelling, many in number, lumpy, accompanied by itching and causing pain to the sensation of heat in the vagina.
While abnormal vaginal discharge can be assessed based on the amount that is quite a lot accompanied by an unpleasant odor, itching in the vagina, pain in the vagina, as well as changing its color to yellowish / brownish, green or red that indicates bleeding.
Normal vaginal discharge does not require any treatment other than maintaining a clean vaginal area. However, if the complaint leads to an abnormal cause then certain examinations and treatments are needed to help eliminate the cause of vaginal discharge.
You do not need to worry, because the complaint you are experiencing is a normal condition if it is not accompanied by a disturbing complaint. Hormonal activity, especially reproductive hormones also plays a role in the emergence of vaginal fluid and the atmosphere in the vaginal environment, causing yellowish white spots or fluid. This hormone also plays a role in regulating the activities of the primary reproductive system (menstruation, pregnancy, etc.) and secondary (voice, hair growth, sweating, etc.).
The advice that you can do is to keep the vaginal area clean, by not wearing underwear that is too tight, washing with clean water and drying it with a clean towel or tissue, not using vaginal washing soap, using a pantyliner to collect fluids or changing underwear periodically if wet, replace the pads as often as possible (3-5 times a day) to avoid the growth of fungus or bacteria during menstruation.
If the complaint shows signs that interfere with your activities, do not hesitate to carry out an examination to the nearest doctor so that an appropriate evaluation and treatment is given.
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