Yellowish Vaginal Discharge Accompanied By Fishy Smell?
Leucorrhoea is sometimes yellowish, liquid and has a fishy smell, is it good to use a pantilener when experiencing such problems
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There are two types of vaginal discharge, namely normal and not normal. Normal vaginal discharge occurs due to hormonal changes, for example before menstruation. Clear or white vaginal discharge, odorless, does not cause itching or pain.
The vaginal discharge can also indicate abnormal conditions, namely:
Vaginal yeast infection Vaginal bacterial infection Vaginal parasitic infection Cervical infection due to sexually transmitted diseases Early symptoms of cervical cancer To be sure, of course you need to do a direct examination of your genital area to see the characteristics of vaginal discharge and determine the cause. For that, you should check directly to a general practitioner to be examined. If necessary the doctor will do a smear examination of vaginal discharge to see the causative bacteria or refer you to a genital dermatologist for further tracking.
As for what you can do:
Maintain hygiene of the genital area Clean the genital area post urination, or post sexual intercourse Avoid the use of alkaline pH soap in the vaginal area As much as possible avoid using pantyliners to prevent moist vaginal area. This humidity can trigger further growth of fungi or bacteria, and can trigger blisters. As an alternative solution, you can change panties more often 3-4 times a day each time you feel vaginal discharge wet your pants and cause discomfort. Do not use pants that are too tight and press on the genital area. That's all my explanation, hopefully it will be useful and useful :)