Don’t miss the flow
Among the most common and common gynecological complaints, vaginal discharge is considered natural during ovulation and pregnancy, but in some cases it can be a sign of diseases that prevent having a child.
Vaginal discharge is quite common among women. We can evaluate gynecological discharges in two separate groups as discharges that indicate disease and physiological discharges.
Discharge and itching symptoms of fungus
The discharge that appears together with itching in the outer part of the genital area often indicates the formation of fungus. Vaginal fungi are common in women of reproductive age. The discharge caused by the fungus is almost white in color, has the consistency of milk cut and is odorless. Vaginal fungus can be seen in women who use antibiotics for cold or other reasons, some pregnant and diabetics. In addition, it is easier for fungal structures normally found in the intestines to infect the vagina and urinary tract with back-to-front biding. This is why cleaning women and even babies and girls “from front to back” prevents many discharges. Determining the cause of vaginal fungus, which is simple to treat, facilitates treatment.
Watch out for the smelly stream
Smelly discharge is also very common. This type of discharge has a very unpleasant odor similar to the smell of rotten eggs. A yellow or green stain appears on the underwear, itching from time to time. This type of discharge is usually caused by sexually transmitted parasites, and is more common in women who have unprotected sex. Again, it is possible to get rid of this fungus with antibiotic treatment or vaginal suppositories and cream treatment.
May prevent having children
In some women who apply to the doctor with the complaint of not being able to have a child, a discharge caused by the parasite called chlamydia is observed. Infections caused by this parasite can cause blockages in the woman’s tubes, which can lead to the problem of not having children. For this reason, this parasite is also investigated in women who come with the complaint of discharge and desire to get pregnant.
The discharge may increase during pregnancy.
It cannot be said that all the discharges are a sign of a disease. The odorless discharge, which is described as physiological discharge, is the normal discharge that occurs in every woman. Especially during the pregnancy period, due to the changing hormone levels, the discharge may increase, and an increase in the discharge is observed during the ovulation period, which occurs in the middle of two menstruation. However, women with complaints of odorless, odorless, normal discharge should consult a doctor, and the doctor should decide whether the discharge is normal or not.