Dr. Idris Q answered:
2 years ago
I want to assume it has no offensive odour since you didn't answer that. Your description fits a pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) . PID is a spectrum of diseases, so, it's important to know which exactly is affecting your reproductive tract; this is because, their treatments differ.
You will need to see a gynaecologist who will ask you some of these questions that I've asked and also request for some laboratory test to arrive at a diagnosis. This condition can be treated if you follow these steps.
However, I will advise you to avoid the following
-washing your vagina with strong chemicals like soap, dettol or apply perfume. If you must wash, use water only
-washing from your anus to the vagina after using the toilet. Instead, doing vice versa
-the use of underwears made of nylon material is not good enough. Use cotton materials as they allow ventilation.
Also ensure you always insist on the use of condom whenever you want to have sex.
If you have difficulty finding a gynaecologist, send your name, phone number, location through email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks