Discomfort in the vagina can be caused by a variety of causes, ranging from infections, sexually transmitted diseases, and ending with the Allergy to partner's sperm. The last is quite rare, but before you take steps to get rid of unpleasant sensations need to eliminate all predisposing factors. So what to do if you feel discomfort in the vagina?
First, we need to remember that not changed if you recently pads for the daily hygiene, washing powder, bath products etc. Discomfort in the vagina may be associated with hormonal and other medications. Give up their appointment on time and monitor your feelings. If you have ruled out all these predisposing factors, should think about going to the doctor, especially if the situation is aggravated by itching, burning and cheesy discharge with an unpleasant odor. In any case it is impossible to douche and to use folk remedies treatment – you can lubricate the picture of the disease and to create difficulties for diagnosis.
If the doctor confirms that you have an STI, you will be assigned to the appropriate treatment: antibiotics and special candles. Discomfort in the vagina can create and candidiasis – thrush in common, which is treated with candles "Pimafucin", "Flucostat". Urogenital infections such as cystitis, urethritis, and others can also cause the appearance of unpleasant sensations in the vagina and require immediate treatment. Before the arrival of the doctor, drink plenty of fluids – fruit drinks, fruit drinks and juices, which help wash away the infection from the body.
If you have entered into the phase of menopause, you may be kraurosis of the vulva and vagina accompanied by dryness, itching, sclerotic changes of the external genitalia. During this period, the doctor may recommend you to use special candles and lubricants, wetting the walls of the vagina and eliminate unpleasant symptoms. This also applies to young women who experience discomfort during intercourse due to insufficient allocation of own secret.
The consequence of any infectious disease is intoxication, which affects all organs and systems, including sexual. Any allergies and dermatitis in the genital area also might lead to itching and discomfort in the vagina. When these symptoms should consult a doctor, allergist or physician, who will prescribe appropriate treatment. You can Supplement it with folk remedies, making douching infusion of chamomile, oak bark, carrot juice, diluted with water, etc.
To get rid of the discomfort in the vagina, change narrow lace underwear for comfortable cotton, do not wear panty liners, make intimate hygiene after each act of defecation and avoid stress and hypothermia. If hypothermia does occur, to arrive home poparte legs and take a sitz bath with a decoction of chamomile, calendula, St. John's wort, Valerian and aspen.