The pain at the entrance is stinging
Q: A woman in her early 20s. Sexual intercourse takes place about four times a week. The thickness of boyfriend genitals is a little thicker than those I met before. So I have pain every time I’m in a relationship, but I’m more satisfied than before.
Perhaps that’s why I’m worried about the pain at the entrance these days. It’s bitter when you urinate, smells like vagina, and a large amount of cold. Is this vaginitis? Should I go to an obstetrics and gynecology clinic for treatment?
A: The disease name can only be accurately determined by going to the hospital and testing, but it seems to have developed vaginitis as it shows symptoms of urination, vaginal odor, and cold. In particular, tricomonas vaginitis is suspected. The main symptoms include a large amount of cold secretion, vaginal odor, stinging, and itching. Trichomonas vaginitis is very contagious and must be treated with a partner.
Self-treatment through vaginal sanitizers and women’s cleansers can worsen or become chronic, making treatment more difficult, so care should be taken.
Please visit a nearby obstetrics and gynecology clinic to find the exact causative agent and receive appropriate treatment accordingly.