The inside of the vagina is covered with a secretion. When the secretary leaves the vagina, it is called moving. Children usually do not move from the vagina until just before the first period. Movements that are not discolored or smelly usually go away by themselves.
Different types of removals
Newborn babies can often have some movements from the vagina during the first few days. Those floats can sometimes be blood mixed. It goes away after a few days.
Movements from the vagina in children are usually caused by bacteria that are usually present in the throat. The bacteria come to the vagina by the baby touching the genital area. Fluctuations along with severe redness, burning or pain are usually caused by streptococci.
Spring worms can sometimes provide removals.
Movements in young children may also be due to the child having pinched an object in the vagina, such as a small stone or a legobite, but it is very unusual.
When should I seek care?
Contact a health care center if the child has one or more of the following symptoms:
- The movements are discolored.
- The removals smell bad.
- The movements do not go over.
Treatment movements of the vagina in children
Most movements of the vagina in children do not need to be treated. But there are some exceptions:
- If there are suspicions that the floats are due to a streptococcal infection, they are treated with antibiotics.
- Spring worm is treated with non-prescription drugs that you can buy at a pharmacy.
- If the removals are due to any object in the vagina, the object must be removed. Occasionally, the child may need to be anesthetized for the doctor to be able to examine the vagina if the object is not visible.