TCT: Low grade squamous intraepithelial lesions,
Vulvar pruritus is generally caused by vaginitis. It is recommended that you check the leucorrhea routine again. Through this examination, you can find out what type of vaginitis it is, and then take symptomatic medication. Generally, you should take vaginal plug medicine and cooperate with external antipruritic lotion.
If TCP is a low-grade lesion and is already being used, it is necessary to pay attention to regular reexamination. If you still have vulvar discomfort, you can continue to take medicine. You should keep vulva clean and dry at ordinary times, and your underwear should be disinfected with hot water. It is recommended to reexamine after three months of medication.
Hello, according to your current situation, you can go to the hospital for papillomavirus infection examination and leucorrhea routine examination 3 to 7 days after your menstruation is clean, so as to rule out whether there is vaginitis or HPV infection. If there is vaginitis, you can treat it symptomatic in time to avoid upward infection.