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Vaginal discharge plays a significant role in female reproductive functioning. Fluid produced by the glands in your cervix and vagina takes away bacteria and your dead cells. This keeps your vagina clean as well as helps to ward off vaginal infections. However, if your vaginal discharge is abnormal, pertaining to its colour, odour, sensation, etc., it may indicate underlying problems like microbial infections. Then you need a check-up and proper treatment. Check out below everything you need to know.
Concern
Any alterations occurring in the balance of common bacteria in your vagina can impact the texture, colour or smell of its discharge. Moreover, maintaining normal pH is also very important for preventing vaginal odor. The normal pH of your vagina is between 3.5-4.5. You may have an abnormal vaginal discharge because of the following causes:
  • Steroid or antibiotic use
  • Yeast infections
  • Irritation inside or surrounding your vagina (vaginitis)
  • Vaginal atrophy (vaginal dryness and thinning at menopause)
  • Trichomoniasis (a parasitic infection from unprotected intercourse)
  • PID (pelvic inflammatory disease)
  • Pelvic infection following surgery
  • Bubble bath, perfumed lotions/soaps, douches
  • Diabetes
  • STDs (sexually transmitted disorders) like gonorrhoea or chlamydia
  • Cervical cancer
  • Birth control pills
  • Bacterial vaginosis (a bacterial infection more found in women with several sexual partners or who are pregnant)
Diagnosis
We will ask you if you go through an increased vaginal discharge and observe alterations in its odour or colour or if it is suddenly accompanied by burning/pain/itching or when the discharge starts or whether you have multiple sexual partners or whether you douche. These are needed to perform your diagnosis. That is because, depending on these factors, it may imply that you have trichomoniasis, bacterial vaginosis or a yeast infection. We can examine you accordingly to provide you with a diagnosis. The examination will comprise questions regarding your signs. We may also carry out a pelvic examination for finding any associated swelling with the discharge. Based on the diagnosis, we shall propose a treatment plan that is the most appropriate for you.
Types
There are various forms of vaginal discharge as follows. We will find out which of these happens in your specific case.
  • White vaginal discharge
    White thickened vaginal discharge normally takes place at the start and end of your periods. Usual white discharge is not coupled with itching. However, if you experience itching, the discharge may hint at a yeast infection.
  • Stretchy clear vaginal discharge
    It contains fertile mucous and is indicative of the fact that you are undergoing ovulation.
  • Watery clear vaginal discharge
    It takes place at various times of your periods. However, after exercises, it may be especially heavy.
  • Green or yellow vaginal discharge
    It may imply having an infection, mainly if its consistency is clumpy or thick or gives out a bad odour.
  • Brown vaginal discharge
    It may take place just after your menstrual cycles. It indicates that the vagina is getting cleaned out. This is because old blood appears brown in colour.
  • Spotting blood in vaginal discharge
    This might happen when you are in your mid-periods or are going through ovulation. At times, preliminarily in pregnancy, you might emit a brown discharge or undergo spotting around the time your menstruation would usually start.
If you discover spots during your usual menstruations instead of your normal quantity of flow, and if you have experienced sex devoid of birth control, you must consider having a pregnancy test.
La Midas Recommendations
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After a thorough examination, we rule out the underlying cause of your vaginal discharge, such as antibiotics, vaginal pessaries, etc. Depending on the kind of your vaginal discharge and its underlying issue (infection), we will suggest the best treatment option for you among the following.
  • BTL Emsella therapy
    We practice BTL Emsella therapy to regenerate and replenish tissue in your pelvic floor muscles and vaginal canal. It also enables treating any sexual problem from a deficit of tissue and muscle tone. This method enriches the vaginal muscle tone through cellular regeneration. It can help in intensifying, tightening and lifting your vaginal tissues.
  • Venus Fiora
    It is the latest radio frequency technology that is absolutely safe and can be used in any age group. It stimulates your vaginal canal by increasing collagen production by delivering the optimum required heat to the vaginal canal. It raises moisture production and emphasizes the elasticity and strength of your vaginal tissue. It is furnished with integrated temperature surveillance and feedback for ascertaining constant treatment temperatures for your better comfort and safety. The fixed position of the applicator conveniently attains outcomes while maximizing your comfort.
We also recommend the following tips to prevent vaginal infections associated with irregular vaginal discharge:
  • Keep your vagina clean. Wash it with warm water with a gentle soap on its exterior. You need not apply soap directly inside.
  • Avoid using bubble baths, perfumed soaps, feminine sprays, douche or other feminine items.
  • Avoid visiting the bathroom unless necessary. Always wipe your vagina from front to rear for preventing bacterial entry into your vagina and any resultant infections.
  • Try not using extremely tight clothing and try wearing 100% cotton underpants.




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