A MUST READ FOR WOMEN..... 7 V@'GINAL PROBLEMS THAT WOMEN SHOULD NEVER IGNORE.....SEEK MEDICAL ATTENTION IMMEDIATELY SINCE SOME OF THIS PROBLEMS COULD BE FATAL
#3. It smells funny. If you’re noticing a foul smell coming up from down below to say hello, you could be dealing with a bacterial infection known as bacterial v*ginosis. The main symptom of this condition is a sour or fishy smell that can be quite strong and pungent.
This condition is characterized by an abnormal production of bacteria in the v*gina that causes inflammation. You will more likely notice the smell when using the bathroom, after or during s*x, or during m*nstruation. This can be caused by leaving a tampon in longer than directed, douching more than recommended, smoking, and high levels of s*xual activity.
Getting into the doctor’s office will help ensure that you don’t have to suffer the horrible smell for much longer. Your doctor will prescribe an antibiotic that will clear it up within a couple of weeks.
#4. Abnormal discharge. V*ginal discharge is a natural secretion that your body produces to cleanse the v*'gina and keep it at an optimal pH level. It’s normal for your discharge to change throughout your menstruation cycle, from watery and clear, to thick and cloudy colored.
However, when the discharge is the consistency of cottage cheese with clumpy white chunks, you have a more serious concern on your hands. This white clotted discharge is a characteristic of a yeast infection, which is caused by a fungus known as candida.
Yeast infections can be caused by a variety of things, including taking medication such as steroids, antibiotics, and pain medication, or caused by an illness, chronic stress, and/or drug abuse. This infection is contagious, and therefore, it’s supremely important to get treated before having s*'x with your partner.
Discharge that is abnormally excessive, frothy, greenish, or yellow, can indicate an STI such as trichomoniasis, chlamydia, or gonorrhea. These are even more serious conditions, and require immediate assistance to ensure no further complications. Brown discharge that is spotted throughout the month and not around the time of your period can be caused by a serious issue like cervical complications or fibroids. If you pay no attention to this problem, you could be ignoring cancer, or an issue that could cause !nfert!lity.
#5. It bleeds. If you notice red or brownish blood on your und3rwear or when you use the washroom, you could have a serious concern. Bleeding can be caused by hormonal imbalances, birth control, or menopause. Blood that only appears after interc0'urse can be a sign of a ce'rvical problem or the human papilloma virus (HPV).
If you’re pregnant and notice bleeding, get yourself to a hospital immediately, as this could be a miscarriage. Bleeding can also signify an ectopic pregnancy, pelvic inflammatory disease, uterine fibroids, or endometrial cancer. For these reasons, v*'ginal bleeding should not be taken lightly or left to clear up on its own.
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