My vaginal discharge smells like vinegar. Discharge is normally a little acidic andsmells a little like vinegar. We'll just say the smell is bad enough tobe more than normal. Fortunately, the cause of that isn't asfishy as it sounds, I mean smells. It is a little fishy, yes, but I'm not usedto it smelling like this. If you were used to yeast infections, youeither have a depressed immune system or diabetes. I know out of control diabetes means highblood sugar. I didn't think it could cause too much yeastmy own body.
It could also be because you're pregnant.The immune system decreasessome regards while pregnant to not harm the baby, raisingthe odds of a yeast infection. I don't think I'm pregnant. 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. If I had that many symptoms, I wouldn'tbe having sex. You could also have bacterial vaginosis.
Just what I need, a social disease. You could have thick discharge that smellsmore than usual due to bacterial overgrowth of the bacteria normally there and it isn'tclassified as a social disease. So how could I treat ité Don't douche like you might do, since thosecleansings actually worsen the normal bacterial balance. And you need yogurt That sounds like a fancy new age treatment,up there with herbs and lotionsmy underwear. You eat the yogurt to help restore your body'sbacterial balance. There are some people who
do put yogurt up there, but it isn't recommended,though tea tree oil is. inking herbal teas is supposed to treateverything. What else can I doé Make sure you wipe front to back when youpoop so there isn't any bacteria making it from back to front. Any other ideas of what could be causing thisé It could be something sexually transmitted,especially if the cervical mucus is yellow or green or streaked with blood. I suppose the blood would be from lesionsor sores.
Yes, and you'll want to see a forany social disease. And it can be mistaken for a yeast infection, since the itching,burning and so forth are similar unless someone actually looks at it. Which is pretty much impossible for me unlessI reach the next levelyoga. You can try over the counter yeast infectiontreatments and diet changes, but if you have more than foura year or it resists treatment,you need to see a .
Vaginal Discharge During Menopause
I need your input on vaginal discharge duringmenopause. When you're going through menopause, you'llhave your period less often or less intensely before it finally shuts off. I know menopause isn't an off switch butmore a slow fade. When you're going through menopause, you'llsee similar shiftsvaginal discharge like white and sticky to y right before yourperiod, but you may not see the clear and slippery phase for ovulation. Because I might not ovulate.
However, when you're going through menopause,there's still a chance you'll get pregnant. And have a kid with a higher risk of healthproblems. Or multiples. As your eggs hit their expirationdate, the body offsets it by releasing multiple eggs. What other vaginal discharge should I expectduring menopauseé If it starts to smell sweet down there, you'reprobably developing diabetes â€“ especially so if the urine smells sweet and looks likesyrup too. A rash of repeated yeast infections can bea symptom of diabetes too.
And your odds of adult onset diabetes go upwith age. What else should I knowé With age, the vaginal discharge goes down,which is why older women tend to need lubriion, since the body doesn't make as much. And while a lack of lubriion and make youmore sensitive to yeast and bacterial infections, using too much lubriion can alter pH levelsand do the same. You'll know you have one of those infectionsby the foul smelling discharge if it is bacterial and the fish smell with yellow and solid massesif yeast based.
Fortunately, I haven't had to do a smelltest to see what is wrong. If you get red or brown vaginal discharge,you'll probably want to talk to a . We already discussed how your period fadesaway at this age. Yes, but red blood that's constant indieslesions or a serious infection, while brown blood can be a period that's not completeor internal bleeding. Okay, that's a reason to talk to the . And just because you don't have to use birthcontrol anymore doesn't mean you don't have to use birth control.
Menopause is all natural birth control. Just because you can't get pregnant anymoredoesn't mean you can't get a sexually transmitted disease anymore. And green, yellowand red vaginal discharge, especially with redness, itching or sores are strong signsof an STD. What a pain. Any discharge with pain means talking to a, too. Whether an STD or fibroids or worse, only the doc could say.
My Vaginal Discharge is Bleaching My Underwear
My vaginal discharge is bleaching my underwear. That can happen when you have an ammonialikedischarge. That doesn't tell me what causes it or howto cure it. Your vagina usually maintains an acidic pH. I really don't know what it is supposed tosmell like, so I can't tell you if it smells very different. The ammonia like smell can be similar to thatlike pee. I am not peeingmy pants.
If you are dehyated, the ammoniatheurine can get concentrated and make things smell even more strongly, even a few ops.And some women do mistake a leaky bladder for vaginal discharge. I know women often use light days menstrualpads for bladder leakage, but that would stain my underwear yellow not white, and I knowwhat pee smells like. Bacterial vaginosis is a common cause of avagina that smells like ammonia. The odds you have that are higher if you have itching,burning a fishy smell, grey or offwhite discharge. All the discharge is off white.
During your fertile time, it becomes thinnerand white, normally. I'm not paying attention to what normallyhappens except that my underwear sometimes turns white after I wash it, right where thevaginal discharge wascontact with it. If you have a bacterial vaginal infection,you can try over the counter treatments, or you need to talk to the . I don't have symptoms that seem like an infection. It can cause bleaching, though, when the badbacteria turn nitrogen into ammonia, creating the smell and discoloration.
What else can do thisé Next I'd have to ask about your diet. It's healthy, so don't blame this on junkfood or too much sugar. And if I had diabetes, I'd get more yeast infections and sugarysmellingurine. If you eat a lot of nitrogen rich vegetableslike broccoli and asparagus, you can get that ammonia smellthe vagina. I don't need yet another reason to not eatasparagus, and you can have a healthy diet without that.
If you're doing a high protein diet for weightloss, eating a lot of foods like eggs, meat and dairy with high nitrogen levels can causethe ammoniathe urea to build up. That would be ammonia smelling pee, not vaginaldischarge. The ammonia smell can get into your skin andexcreted as sweat, and depending on how you work out, the chemicals can build up therewhile it evaporates off your arms and legs. And I thought a rich sweat odor was the worstI could worry about. I've heard of vaginal discharge turning bleachywhen someone had polycystic ovaries or another hormonal disorder. Getting that under controlor eliminating gluten and high sugar foods
helps. For all the reasons one might say a glutenfree diet helped their warobe, this was never on the list. Everyone can brag about esses fitting betterand old jeans actually fitting without a muffin top, but few people admit anything about lacyunderwear except maybe that they are wearing it. Just having some ways I could wear the blackones without them going grayodd places would be progress.