thank you for asking this question.
your problem seems to be in my opinion an ifection of the vagina, also known as vaginitis.
The symptoms of a vaginal infection
can vary depending on what is causing it. Some women have no symptoms at all. Some of the more common symptoms of vaginitis include:
Abnormal vaginal discharge
with an unpleasant odor.
Burning during urination.
Itching around the outside of the vagina.
Discomfort during intercourse.
The five most common types of vaginal infections are:
Candida or "yeast" infections. Bacterial vaginosis
Chlamydia vaginitis. Viral vaginitis
To prevent yeast infections
, you should:
Wear loose clothing made from natural fibers (cotton, linen, silk).
Avoid wearing tight pants.
Don't douche. (Douching can kill bacteria that control fungus.)
Limit the use of feminine deodorant.
Limit the use of deodorant tampons or pads to the times when you need them.
Change out of wet clothing, especially bathing suits, as soon as you can.
Avoid frequent hot tub baths.
Wash underwear in hot water.
Eat a well-balanced diet.
If you have diabetes
, keep your blood sugar level as close to normal as possible.
If you get frequent yeast infections, tell your doctor. He or she may need to do certain tests to rule out other medical conditions.
I stronglu advice you to take an analyse of your vaginal secretions as bacterial culture.