The vagina itches, the cold smells bad.
Q: I’m a woman in my early 20s. I have a boyfriend now, but I haven’t had sex yet. Since the relationship will take place after marriage, touching was allowed only on the chest. Instead, I usually wear a maid’s uniform or a nurse’s uniform and masturbate with my hands or touch it with my mouth to relieve my boyfriend’s sexual desire.
I’m worried about itching in quality these days. Yellow cold noodles like grains also come out, and the smell of cold is so disgusting. Is this a vaginitis symptom? I don’t want to go to the hospital, but do I have to visit an obstetrician for treatment?
A: If the quality is itchy, yellowish, and stinky, it’s likely to be vaginitis. It can happen without sexual experience.
Self-treatment with female cleanser and vaginal cleanser or neglects to show the genitals to others can lead to chronic vaginitis, so you should visit obstetrics and gynecology as soon as possible to find and treat the causative bacteria.