You may have a slight yeast infection or it could be an increase in moisture in that area. Try some over the counter yeast cream. If you wear nylon, satin or silk underwear, that may also cause increased moisture. You might try all cotton underwear and unscented feminine products. Also, if you are a panty liner user, keep them changed regularly as the plastic underside of them can cause itchiness. It is a good idea, too, to use unscented and uncolored toilet paper.
No, the white vaginal does not stop before the period. This is one natural way that the vagina cleans itself.
If they are horny they can get it really easy and or when having sex they get it. You really get it when you are getting ready for your upcoming period a couple days before!
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.
A vaginal discharge before a period is normal as is in pregnancy. See a doctor if you suspect you may be pregnant.
No. The hole where you pee (the urethra) is a couple of inches above your vaginal opening
Yes it is just a step before their period but you will always have it even if you HAVE started puberty.
If its in the vaginal area then yes especially if it's before and after your period Hope this helped
Around puberty, before a girl gets her period.
The vaginal hole is open from the time of birth. That does not change at the time of your first period.
Vaginal bleeding is period sweetie lol
No it does come before and after though
A girl's first vaginal discharge usually occurs anywhere from 6 to 18 months before their first period, or menarche. It's a sign that puberty is in full swing.
You are supposed to have discharge every day.
Its just vaginal discharge, its absolutely normal.
Answer: it means you had sex a couple days before your period started. Answer: It also means that you are probably not pregnant.
That is a period.
Vaginal discharge starts as you enter puberty, there is no way of telling when your period will start by when you started to get discharge. The most that can be said is that menstruation normally starts within four years of starting puberty.
not necessarily. this is one you need to see a doctor for. it could be an std or a yeast infection- or something else entirely. make a doctor appointment.
There are number of possible reasons why you might get brown clumps of vaginal blood 2 days before your period on birth control. This may mainly be due to hormones which are triggered by the pills and cause a clot which comes out as clumps before your periods.?æ
Many women experience period pain a couple of days before the menstrual fluid actually appears.
No. Your period is blood, so it will be red. You may just be experiencing vaginal discharge which is white. It is nothing to worry about. If you do not get your period right away it is probably coming soon. This is completely normal though. Most women experience vaginal discharge a few days before their period.
Yes, using a tampon before you get your period can hurt and can be dangerous.Tampons should never be worn when not menstruating, even when you get your period they shouldn't be used at certain times such as with light flow or spotting. Tampons absorb vaginal moisture so dry-out vaginal tissues, this causes small tears in the vaginal walls which can be painful but which also allow bacteria and bacterial toxins into the bloodstream so risking TSS.
Vaginal bleeding is a period/menstruation. if you bleed for another reason you should see a doctor.
Simply, you get horny before or during your period due to hormonal changes. There is also a little more discharge before menstruation and then blood during menstruation which the brain can interpret as being increased vaginal lubrication as with arousal.