with no offensive odor it is just vaginal discharge some women experience an increase of this when aroused or during certain points in their menstrual cycle also if you are pregnant there is usually an increase in vaginal discharge now if it has an offensive odor is causing itching or discomfort this can be a sign of a yeast infection or an STD if this is the case make an appointment with your doctor to have tests done and see what is going on hope everything works out for your Good Luck and God bless!!!
Hiya! Not always no. Some women complain of dry vaginal area during pregnancy while others mention excessive vaginal discharge.
painful sexual intercourse, vaginal pain, frequent need to urinate, burning or itching in the vaginal area, persistent unusual vaginal discharge
Normal vaginal discharge in pregnancy is called leukorrhea, it is odor-less, or sometimes a mild-smelling milky discharge. You may have noticed this even before you were pregnant, you're noticing more due to increased levels of estrogen production as well as increased blood flow to your vaginal area. If however you notice a lot of thin and clear discharge, it could be amniotic fluid, so if you have cause for concern it's always best to contact your Dr.
It can be helpful, by lubricating the area, or it can cause discomfort, if an infection causes itching or burning with discharge.
Yes, perfectly. You should be worried about blood or pinkish mucus. Yes,vaginal discharge increase while pregnant becasue of the increase in blood flow to the area.
You have the funk or crabs. Please consult your doctor or avoid sex during these times.
Thick white discharge during pregnancy is completely normal. It is because of increased estrogen production and greater blood flow to the vaginal area. This discharge is made up of secretions from the cervix and vagina, old cells from the walls of the vagina, and normal bacterial flora from the vagina. If the discharge has an odor and color I'd recommend seeing your doctor. If you are not pregnant then it could be yeast infection or leukorrhea - the odorless or mild-smelling milky discharge. !
Hello. Symptoms of yeast infection are as follows: * Vaginal discharge coloured yellow, green or brown. * Vaginal odour or smelly dsicharge. * Vaginal itching. * Burning upon urination. * Painful urination. *Inflammed vaginal area. You may experience all of only 1 of the above symptoms with a yeast infection.
Vaginal discharge smells like ammonia Why does my vaginal discharge smell like ammonia? Vaginal discharge that smells like ammonia is definitely not normal. The causes for ammonia smelling vaginal discharge include * infection of vaginal tract * washing your underwear with bleach * urinary tract infection Infection of vaginal tract causes ammonia like smell If bacteria infect the vaginal tract, vaginal discharge acquires an ammonia like smell. Hence, one possible cause of an ammonia smelling vaginal discharge is bacterial infection of the vaginal tract. Doctors use antibiotics to treat vaginal tract infections. Once the doctor treats the infection, the ammonia like smell will disappear. Washing your underwear with bleach can cause ammonia like smell An often overlooked cause of ammonia smelling vaginal discharge is washing your underwear with bleach. When your genital area sweats, the sweat collects on your underwear. When the sweat combines with bleach it gives rise to an ammonia like smell. If you are smelling your underwear to judge the smell of your vaginal secretions, then remember that your sweat, and not your vaginal secretions, might be causing the ammonia like smell. Try smelling your vaginal secretions directly and not the underwear, if you want to rule out whether it is the sweat that is causing the smell or the vaginal secretions.
Bacterial Vaginosis causes vaginal discharge which is usually white to gray in color, but it can also appear yellowish for some women. Vaginal discharge caused by BV may have a foul odor which is most noticeable after sexual intercourse. Redness and itching in the vaginal area are two other symptoms of BV. Be sure to take vaginal discharge very seriously. Chlamydia and gonorrhea can cause Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID), which is a condition that can cause infertility if it is left untreated. The best thing that any woman who recognizes vaginal discharge can do is get herself to a STD testing center. You can call 888-329-1748 to find a testing center in your area Family Planning Council, "STDs
Well, if your a women some white clear discharge may come from your private area as a sign you are about to menstrate. This is called vaginal discharge. But the discharge should never smell, look green or yellowish or burn, if it ever does, go see a doctor soon.
that means your not keeping it clean or need to keep it cleaner,just wash more.
Discharge you have pretty much all the time. If it was pink afterwards it might have been because you might've bled a little during intercourse. It can happen.
That would be another way to describe the process of menstruation.A vaginal discharge can be normal secretions of the mucus glands in the vaginal area OR signs of an STD. If it's white, it's usually alright. But IF it has color or odor or pain and itching, see a doctor.Actually, discharge can be white, clear, or yellow, and when it dries it usually is dusty. You can buy pantie liner to soak this up, or you can just wash and change daily. Vaginal discharge does have a very slight odor like period blood, but nothing that anybody else would ever notice. Discharge will be quite heavy just before you get your period, so it is a good idea to have some liners or pads with you.Discharge is mostly found when a girl that has hit puberty is having a period. Blood comes out. And this yellowy substance comes out of the vagina where the blood comes out and this is called discharge.
This is just a discharge that woman's body produces. It is completely natural. The vagina, in sense, cleans itself and this discharge can be seen. It can also be a natural lubricant that may be noticed during sexual arousal.
you are wiping the wrong way. Wipe from front to back, not back to front. Going from back to front smears feces onto your vaginal area.
Hi, This is very normal. The vaginal discharge you're experiencing is very normal and every woman gets this. It's your vaginas natural lubrication which keeps your vaginal area moist and prevents infection. The discharge will increase once a month and will resemble egg-whites - this is known as Ovulation discharge and means you've released a egg from your ovary and it also means your period will arrive in 2 weeks on a regular cycle.
If someone hit you in the vaginal area you would be in pain for about five minutes.
This is called discharge. EVERY FEMALE HAS IT! It comes before you get your period for the first time and is simply a sign of ovulation and the menstual cycle. ~GFiZZLE
You bladder feeling full and having the urge to pass urine if when there is none.Itching on the out area of the vagina almost every other minuteVaginal discharge (either white-sandy, white and slimy and sometimes with a bad odour)Bloating or lower abdomen discomfort (for some women)Painful sex (if you don't have some of the symptoms above, they could occur after an intercourse)
A dog with severe itching in the vaginal area may be suffering from some type of infection, in which case she needs antibiotics. The dog may also have tapeworms that may be affecting the area around the anus and vaginal area, or the dog may have fleas that are hiding in the folds of the vaginal area.
This is just a vaginal discharge, completely normal. Your vagina cleanses itself naturally creating this lubrication. It can also occur if you become sexually aroused.