My vaginal discharge smells like fish. I'm assuming this couldn't possibly bedue to a messy fish and chips dinner. No, way more intimate than someone constantlyspilling dinner in my lap. Then the most likely cause is due to an infection. I don't think I have a social disease. Well,I hope I don't have a sexual disease. If you have bacterial vaginosis caused bythe overgrowth of bacteria naturally down there, you can end up with a fishy odor. How could I have developed thaté
So much douching to remove any odor that youstripped away healthy bacteria, leaving the bad ones a fertile playground. If you said that about my digestive tract,the solution would be probiotics. If you have that type of discharge, you cantreat it by eating yogurt and hoping that circulates through your system to the vagina.Or you can take the direct route and put yogurt up there. That's as embarrassing to admit as a coloncleanse. You know that it is bacterial overgrowth ifit is worse after you have sex or if you're
suffering a UTI too. I don't see how a UTI could cause this. If you're wiping back to front, the poopbacteria that get into the urinary tract and cause a UTI will cause vaginosis too. What's a reason that doesn't have to dowith a playground being between two sewersé A fishy odor accompanied by a green dischargemeans you have trichomoniasis. It is sometimes called just trich, pronounced trick. *That I've heard of, but I don't knowanything about it.
Trichomoniasis is a protozoan infection, andit causes a sour or fishy smell. Then trich is a sexual disease. Yes, and they can cure it with antibiotics. What else could it beé If it smells like rotted meat down there,you may have forgotten a tampon. That's what can cause toxic shock syndrome. Yes, and rotted fish smells means you havethe vaginosis or severe yeast infection, plus the bacteria that can cause toxic shock syndrome.
Anything on that list necessitates gettingto a , and after which, only using ultrathick maxi pads. If the vaginal discharge smells bad and lookslike curds, you have a yeast infection. It is also more likely if the itching is bad,skin is red and it hurts when you pee or have sex. At least that I can treat with stuff fromthe store. And any other cause requires talking to a, yogurt or not.
Sunlight is way older than you think Sten Odenwald
You may know that it takes lighta zippy eight minutes to reach us from the surface of the Sun, so how long do you think it takes light to travel from the Sun's coreto its surfaceé A few seconds or a minute at mosté Well, oddly enough, the answeris many thousands of years. Here's why. Photons are produced by the nuclear reactions deep in the core of our Sun.
As the photons flow out of the core,they interact with matter and lose energy, becoming longer wavelength forms of light. They start out as gamma rays in the core, but end up as xrays, ultravioletor visible light as they near the surface. However, that journeyis neither simple nor direct. Upon being born, each photon travels ata speed of 300,000 kilometers per second until it collides with a protonand is diverted in another direction, acting like a bullet ricocheting offof every charged particle it strikes.
The question of how far this photon getsfrom the center of the Sun after each collision is known as the random walk problem. The answer is given by this formula: distance equals step size times the squareroot of the number of steps. So if you were taking a random walk from your front door with a one meter stride each second, it would take you a million stepsand eleven days
just to travel one kilometer. So then how long does it take for a photongenerated in the center of the sun to reach youé We know the mass of the Sun and can use that to calculate the numberof protons within it. Let's assume for a second that all the Sun's protons are evenly spread out, making the average distance between themabout 1.0 x 10^10 meters. To random walk the 690,000 kilometersfrom the core to the solar surface
would then require 3.9 x 10^37 steps, giving a total travel time of 400 billion years. Hmm, that can't be right. The Sun is only 4.6 billion years old,so what went wrongé Two things: The Sun isn't actually of uniform density and photons will miss quite a few protonsbetween every collision. In actuality, a photon's energy,
which changes over the course of its journey, determines how likely it is to interact with a proton. On the density question, our models show that the Sunhas a hot core, where the fusion reactions occur. Surrounding that is the radiative zone, followed by the convective zone,which extends all the way to the surface. The material in the core is much denser than lead,