STDs can cause abnormal vaginal discharge. This is usually called vaginitis; it is caused by candida, gardnerella, herpes, trichomonas, and mycoplasma bacterias and viruses and other microorganisms. Vaginitis may cause itching inside & outside the vagina, pain in the vaginal area, vaginal discharge that is abnormal in color (yellow or thick white), and unplesant odor. It sounds like this may be a yeast infection which has a thick cottage cheese discharge with a foul odor. It is best to see a doctor to determine the cause, so that the appropriate treatment can be given.
Yes it certainly can be from a STD.
you could say yes to that question because your vagina contracts so it holds the mucus plug in your cervix which causes you not to have a miscarrage
NOTHING. Well that could be right but also if your body can not produce enough mucus, your body could cause you to get an ulcer.
No, mucus in the vagina is normal and is sometimes a sign of increased fertility
Yes it can be a STD. You and your wife need to be tested.
Yes, chlamydia can cause a mucus discharge.
They are called bartholin's glands and are found between the vulva and the vagina.
That's a sign that your about to have your period!
Not sure about your question, but mucus is a normal thing for the vagina. The tissue in the vaginal sheath contains goblet cells that secrete mucus. This is completely normal and helps to prevent tissue damage. If the vagina did not stay moist, that would be completely unhealthy and require treatment to prevent permanent damage.
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It could be typical discharge, but if your sexually active you need to be checked out for infections. Dont worry, their common.
no No, it's vaginal fluids. Not always, it could be ejaculate or some other vaginal mucus.
what that fluid is basically mucus fluid and water
mucus that comes out a girls vagina when she is going through developement/ periods
its called discharge
Yes! In fact, swallowing mucus can even cause you to throw up. If you have mucus in your system, try to cough or spit it out.
It is normal to have some mucus in the stool due to the bile in the intestine. If it is happening everytime I would suggest talking with your doctor.
Nair has a chemical in it so strong that it actually dissolves the hair. Another household product strong enough to dissolve hair is Liquid Plumr and Draino, just to give you an idea how caustic Nair can be. Though considered safe to use on the skin, it is harsh enough to dissolve the protective mucus lining of your vagina. Just like the snot in your nose and wax in your ears, you vagina has a protective lining (cervical mucus) that helps keep out harmful bacteria, and it also protects from pregnancy some days of your menstrual cycle, and flushes out dead cells. When you used Nair on your girly parts, you got some in your vagina, and it burned out your mucus lining and probably your extremely delicate skin inside your vagina. Douching too often can upset the balance of your mucus flushing too, and cause problems where there weren't any before. Nair was not meant to be used wherever you have a protective mucus lining (the nose, your vulva, etc.).
It is possible that she is ovulating ("in heat")
No its a sign of a dry vagina. Usually caused by a yeast infection.
because it traps and carries the unwanted particles out of the body