Vaginal Discharge Treatment
Vaginal discharge is a clear, white, or off-white liquid that comes out of the vagina. Women’s uterus, cervix, and vagina produce vaginal secretions that are primarily made up of cells and bacteria. It helps clean and lubricate the vagina and prevents harmful bacteria and infections.
Vaginal discharge is a natural and normal process, but the changes in discharge can be a sign of infection or disease. Vaginal discharge is a clear or whitish liquid coming out of the vagina. The discharge is normal but changes in the amount, consistency, color, or odor may indicate an infection or other problem.
Causes of Vaginal Discharge
The most common causes of vaginal discharge are- Vaginal infections (yeast or bacterial infections, Trichomonas). It includes the body’s response to a foreign body (for example forgotten tampon or condom) or substance (for example spermicide, soap).
Vaginal yeast infection is a condition characterized by burning, itching, redness, and white discharge from the vagina and vulva. These infections are caused by a fungus (yeast) called Candida that is already present in your body. Yeast is a type of fungus and Candida is a specific type of yeast.
Vaginal yeast infection is also called vulvovaginal candidiasis or vaginal candidiasis. A vaginal yeast infection is actually a form of vaginitis, a condition in which the vagina becomes swollen, and painful, and causes discharge. There are many different types of vaginitis, each with similar symptoms. , vaginal yeast infections are among the most common.
If you have any questions about vaginal discharge, contact our team of experienced gynecologists at Care & Cure Women’s Speciality Hospital Chennai for white discharge treatment and quick relief of the problem. Older women should see a doctor right away if they have a discharge, especially if it is bloody or brown, or pink (which may indicate a small amount of blood).
Postmenopausal discharge may be a precancerous lesion (such as endometrial thickening) or a warning sign of cancer and should not be ignored. Our experts reduce risk and suggest radical options, drugs, and advanced minimally invasive surgeries such as endometriosis surgery (hysteroscopy, laparoscopy).