Hi doctor, I have few questions about masturbation and vaginal infection wish to get ur expert answer. Thank You
1) I am a female who have masturbation for a couple of year, sometimes I even masturbate few times a day? Is it over masturbation? Over masturbation will affect my reproductive system and cause infertility?
2) I remember when I am still a young girl who is so childish, i use some sharp objects to masturbate before.. However, after masturbation i don't have pain, bleeding or infection, even till now. From doctor's experiences and knowledge, is it means my reproductive system still normal and not being infected? I am very worry; will this cause any infection on my reproductive system or cause infertility in future? Anyway, I feel so guilty about that and I had stopped masturbation using sharp objects. Recently, I just masturbate with finger. Can masturbation cause any infection?
3) However, recently, I always feel itchy around my vulva and vaginal, especially 1 or 2 weeks before my menstrual period.. I am not sexual active female, but I have some yellowish vaginal discharge sometimes. However, I took some antibiotics few days before to stop my running nose and sore throat. This is kind of vaginal yeast infection or other vaginal infection? Or this is related to my previous way of masturbation? I have already visited a doctor, she said it is just have some infection, but i seem didn't recover after taking those medicine any applied those cream. Can doctor recommend me any way to reduce vaginal itchy? Can menstrual period stop itchy of my vaginal? Besides, can I take acidophilus tablet as supplement in order to prevent vaginal infection?
Hope to get your reply soon and hope to get some advices from you. I feel so worry and stress.
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