Yes, a vaginal infection can stop your period. This is because the PH balance can get messed up and stop the entire menstrual cycle.
Spermicide will not affect your period at all. Menstruation is controlled by your menstrual cycle, spermicide will not effect this at all.
If it is late its ok but if it was period then bleeding you might want get it checked out you might have a vaginal infection.
No, a yeast infection is not a sign that you are starting your period.Menstruation is controlled by you menstrual cycle which is to do with reproductive organs and hormones, although hormonal changes can effect vaginal pH it can't cause a yeast infection. A yeast infection is simply an overgrowth of naturally occurring yeast in your vagina, it's not a sign of your period - if it were you'd get a yeast infection every cycle. Remember once your period starts no using tampons with a vaginal infection.
Abdominal cramps can indicate pregnancy, Ovulation, approaching period & UTI. Vaginal cramps is most likely caused by a yeast infection.
A late period would not necessarily cause a vaginal itch and irritation. The itch and irritation could be caused by a yeast infection. A doctor will be able to diagnose the problem.
The white discharge you are having , has nothing to do with periods , it s more likely you have a vaginal infection.
No, itching and burning have nothing to do with menstruation - these symptoms suggest that you have a vaginal infection such as a yeast infection, get an over-the-counter yeast infection treatment or go to your doctor for tests and treatment.
Spotting after your period can mean the following things: * Left over blood from your period. * Old blood. * Urinary tract infection. * Pregnancy related. * Vaginal infection. * Irregular period. answer sounds to me that was left over period blood no need to worry. -
Yes, Mycosyst 150mg can be taken during menstruation. Mycosyst is a yeast infection treatment, if this is a vaginal yeast infection do bare in mind that you should not use tampons or commercial menstrual pads such as Always or Kotex - these options could make the infection worse, and while your vaginal flora is out of balance you're more susceptible to further vaginal infections and TSS.
No, using spermicide will not make your period come earlier. I'm not sure where you've even gotten this idea, but using spermicide cannot make your period start when it's not due.
Vaginal bleeding is period sweetie lol