Vaginitis, as one of the most common disease, can attack women at all ages, state gynecologist. Since vaginitis can be classified into non-specific vaginitis, trichomonas vaginitis, yeast infection, bacterial vaginitis and so on, strategies for these different types of vaginitis are necessary. Non-specific vaginitis Since vagina is so close to urinary tract and anus, it is easy to be stimulated by menstrual blood, vaginal discharge, urine and feces. Therefore, non-specific vaginitis finally can be induced with bad hygiene. Symptoms of this type are mucosal itching, pain, burning, swelling, and erosion and so on. Women should take potassium permanganate water (1:5000) sitz bath twice a day for around 15 to 30 minutes. trichomonas vaginitis trichomonas vaginitis caused by trichomonad is very usual to see. This trichomonad not only can parasitize in vagina, but also can invade the urinary tract, bladder, foreskin winkles and prostate. Sexual intercourse is its direct transmitted method, while the indirect ways are touching public tub, towel, toilet, etc.. Symptoms are itching, burning, excessive vaginal discharge which is watery, yellowish and with odor. Treatments are orally taken metronidazole 2g/per day for 7 days, or metronidazole effervesecent tablets 200mg/per day for 7 days. Since this type of vaginitis is mainly caused by sex, couples should accept treatment at the same time. What's more, sex is not allowed until the trichomonad is cleared. Yeast infection , Around 90% yeast infection is caused by candida albicans and 10% is candida glabrata. Yeast infection vaginitis is an opportunistic pathogen disease that commonly is induced when conceived, accepting antibiotics and so on. Symptoms of yeast infection are itching, burning, painful urination, frequent urination, and painful intercourse. A small number of patients can also experience increased vaginal discharge, edema and redness. Treatments for this type of vaginitis are miconazole suppository 400mg/per day for 3 days or orally taking itraconazole 200mg once per day for 5 days. But you can also take Fuyan pill, if you have drug resistance to antibiotics. Bacterial vaginitis Bacterial vaginitis is a kind of mixture infection. Its symptoms are slight itching and watery vaginal discharge with fish odor. As long as the PH level is larger than 4.5, it is confirmed. Women should take metronidazole twice a day for 7 days.View Thread
For people bleeding for weeks at a time, make sure to check that your birth control is strong enough. A few years ago, I was changing birth control pills and apparently was put on a higher pill. I ended up having a regular period for almost 2 months straight. I went to the doctor to have this checked and turns out the doctor messed up and put me from a higher dosage to a lower dosage which messed up my cycle completely. I stopped taking the pills completely and my period worked itself back out and I haven't had that issue since.
I have abnormal cells(HPV) for the past few years now which can cause multiple symptoms but have been treated by my gyno for a few years now. I had noticed with my boyfriend of 3 years pain after sex and sometimes bleeding. First of all, I too let the pain go and tried to deal with it myself but it felt like I was giving birth. I had a pushing sensation on my back and cramps within my pelvic area that were almost unbearable as well as the dizziness feeling. Sometimes these pains lasted up to an hour and some went away after rubbing my stomach and staying in one position.
I just went to my gyno yesterday and asked her why this would be happening and what was wrong with me as it happened once in a while within minutes of having intercourse, sometimes even during. The doctor advised me that it actually is normal, she told me that some women's orgasms result in pain.. she said some have the feeling of pleasure where others result in this sharp pain and had advised me to take Tylenol/Advil prior to having intercourse to relieve the pain. Weirdest thing I have heard, but I am glad that its not something more serious. I saw your comments on here and wanted to assure you that I have been told it is normal for some and not to think the worst as I did by searching the symptoms online.
Hello ladies, my name is nataly and I've been suffering from this for quite a while. The only thing that I feel that helps me is, as many of yall mentioned, we feel it coming, so I relax and take a deep breath and let it out slowly, if I hold it in it seems to hurts to most.View Thread
I went to the doctor about a week ago and she prescribed me amoxicillin. I told her my family history but she...
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I went to the doctor about a week ago and she prescribed me amoxicillin. I told her my family history but she gave it to me anyway, I've been taking these pills for about a week now and I have vaginal discharge, swelling and itching sensation (I was freaking out when I seen it because I've never had these problems before but then I read the side effects and no longer had a reason to go off on my partner lol slow moment.) Anyway I have maybe a week worth of pills left and I'm contemplating on if I should call my doctor before I go crazy or if I should stick it out and just get the situation handled at my follow-up appointment.View Thread
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