Vaginal Infections
 Vaginal Infections

Many women are unaware that even the vagina has an odor that is peculiar to each of us and that it is useless to try to rid the intimate zone of this odor except when it becomes a little too pronounced and accompanied by suspicious secretions. What is the symptom and how can it be cured?

While men worry more about the size of their phallus, we women, tend to panic when it is time for a small oral caress, to ask nervously! "Does it smell like fish?" "The piss?" "I smell the rose?" Hello stress and excitement that falls flat! This is obviously a vain concern (but not always). Because, according to scientists, our vagina, will feel the tide well, although we do. Except where the vagina actually releases an unpleasant odor.

It could be parasitic vaginitis, caused by the proliferation of a parasite called Trichomonas vaginalis. It is accompanied by pruritus and very fluid losses, which can range from white to green. While vaginosis is due to the bacteria Gardnerella vaginalis and associates with greyish and odorous losses.

What is a vaginal infection?

75% of women, were affected at least once during their lifetime with vaginal infection. Vaginitis is the most common form of infection contracted, it may be infectious or not. It is caused by viruses, bacteria and other parasites, but in 90% of cases, it is a fungus that normally evolves in this intimate zone that is pointed at. What can titillate the mushroom in question? An imbalance in the pH (vaginal acidity), menstruation, hormonal changes, pregnancy, antibiotics, hygiene and overly tight fitting clothing. Indeed, nylon underwear, wet swimwear and pantyhose hold the body warm. Moisture is conducive to the proliferation of fungus yeasts.

Bacterial vaginosis or yeast vaginitis?

It is also important to distinguish between bacterial vaginosis and yeast vulvo-vaginitis. These two pathologies have similar symptoms. However, in case of bacterial vaginosis, the losses give off a strong odor of fish. If, on the other hand, a woman has thicker, curd-like, more abundant but non-odorous losses, a discomfort or itchiness at the entrance of the vagina, it would be a yeast vaginitis.

The change of sexual partners, the presence of an IUD, antibiotic treatment, vaginal douching and cigarette smoking are all factors that increase the risk of developing bacterial vaginosis. It is also associated with serious complications during pregnancy and can lead to premature birth, fetal infections and low birth weight. Studies have shown that iron deficiency is often present in pregnant women with bacterial vaginosis.

Leucorrhea is usually accompanied by a burning sensation during urination or sexual intercourse, pain in the vagina, redness and swelling of the vulva, irritation and itching or even loss Of blood outside menstruation. It is important to do a gynecological examination to determine the type of vaginal infection the patient is suffering from.

The two vaginal odors that must alarm you

Trichomoniasis as well as bacterial vaginosis are both infections that promote the secretion of vaginal discharge with the pronounced odor of fish. If the smell persists, go quickly to a gynecologist who will make his diagnosis in the shade of the appearance and smell of your losses.

If the odor is more purulent, it may be due to the presence of a foreign body in the vagina, a non-withdrawn buffer, for example, or sometimes a more serious infection. Refer to the advice of a gynecologist to dispel any suspicion.

Some precautionary measures

Avoid bubble baths, perfumed or alcohol-based soaps and lotions, but also toilet paper, tampons or scented pads.
  • Clean, rinse and dry the intimate area without falling into the excess.
  • Station vaginal douches that promote vaginal dryness and the appearance of mycotic vaginitis.
  • Change your sanitary napkins and tampons regularly
  • Use natural fiber underwear and avoid wearing too tight pants.
  • Wash your underwear in warm water, to eradicate germs.
  • Vitamins A and C and zinc protect the vaginal wall and stimulate immune function.
  • For a vagina with a less pronounced odor, allies are fruits, vegetables, seeds and yogurts having Lactobacillus acidophillus which help the vaginal flora regain its balance.






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