pruriginous asymptomatic chronic.
candidiasis-bacterial mixed acute.
Candidiasis vulvitis symptoms of the disease.
Typical manifestations of Candida vulvitis is itching or burning sensation of varying intensity. In the premenstrual period, itching exacerbates and decreases or disappears in the menstrual and post-menstrual phase of the cycle. Mucous membranes of the genital organs are intensely or moderately inflamed and have a purplish-cyanotic color. Also, with a vulvitis of this type, small eruptions in the form of vesicles, which, when opened, form merging or dot erosions with the epidermis that has torn off along the periphery and polycyclic edges. In the region of the labia minora, vulvitis of the candida type can be foliated in the form of white curdled, crumbly films.
In the case of a chronic course of Candida vulvitis, the mucous membranes of the genital organs from the outside are in a state of infiltration and hyperemia. Often there are dryness and lichenification of small labia majora having a whitish surface.
Candidiasis vulvitis: treatment of the disease.
Treatment of candidal vulvitis is reduced to identifying its cause and the appointment of appropriate medications.
Good remedies for symptomatic irritation are medications from vulvitis from traditional medicine. For example, many recommend sessile warm baths with chamomile, calendula, St. John’s wort and string, or washing with a solution of potassium permanganate, its light should be light pink. Simple washings are also able to relieve the itching in candidal vulvitis.
But, it is important to remember that folk remedies only eliminate the symptoms, but not the cause that caused the emergence of vulvitis. And as a result, the disease can return again. Therefore, when manifesting the characteristic symptoms of vulvitis, it is best to consult a doctor, rather than self-medicate. The doctor will conduct the necessary examination, take tests and on the basis of this will diagnose and prescribe treatment for candidal vulvitis.