Well, it could be related with Bacterial vaginosis (BV). It is a very common condition, where balance of bacteria inside the vagina becomes disrupted.
This should not be left ignored and has to be managed before hystercetomy.
Your doctor can take a sample of vaginal discharge and check it under microscope.
It can be easily treated with prescription medications- antibiotics.
The most common antibiotic to be given is- Metronidazole. It has to be taken orally twice daily for seven days.
Also, in gel form, this can be applied to the vagina once daily, for five days.
Most of women, get good prognosis, and your symptoms can be managed with such medications.
It is advised, that you should use warm water only to clean the outside of your vagina. You do not need to use soap for cleaning vagina.
Please see your doctor and get this issue managed.
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