I went to the hospital for a routine leucorrhea test and the doctor said it was a mild bacterial vaginitis, and I was prescribed a lotion and Shukang gel, which I was told to apply wherever it itches.I just put it on and it hurts.Is it not possible to use it anymore.What other medications are better to use?
A routine leucorrhoea shows bacterial vaginitis.It can lead to vulvar itching and abnormal discharge. If pain occurs after applying the medication, do not use it, just use the lotion and vaginal administration.Do not have intercourse during treatment.
Hello, from your description, it is a mild bacterial vaginitis. If it is not so painful after the second application of the ointment, it is recommended to continue applying it. If the pain is not relieved after the application, it is recommended to apply clindamycin ointment.Pay attention to the cleanliness of the perineum, change underwear regularly and avoid cold, spicy and stimulating foods.
From this examination report you sent over, that is, is not too serious, only a slight inflammation, then you can use metronidazole suppositories or nifurtimox suppositories, if it is said to aggravate at night, this may have a relationship with intestinal parasites, that is, you need to do a stool test to see if there is pinworm infection.