Vaginal discharge can become a sign of the presence of vaginal infections.
To refer to a group of diseases associated withinfections or inflammations in the vagina, use the term "vaginitis". Vulvovaginitis is called inflammation of the vagina and vulva. The development of diseases can cause bacteria, viruses or yeast fungi. Diseases are also the result of irritation caused by the components of the applied sprays or creams.
Vaginal discharge with vaginitis differan unpleasant smell. Symptoms of the disease include a burning sensation when urinating, discomfort during sex, itching in the area of the vaginal entrance.
In the normal state of the vagina is presentclean or slightly cloudy, odorless and non-irritating vaginal discharge. Their number and consistency can vary during normal menstruation. Vaginal discharge once a month can be transparent, very similar to water. In other periods they can be very dense. Such states are considered the norm.
Pathological consider irritating or havingunpleasant odor of vaginal discharge. Irritation, as a rule, is characterized by burning, manifested at any time, most often in the night. There is a worsening of symptoms after sexual contact.
A number of infections are transmitted through sexual contact.
So, trichomoniasis is provoked by microscopicorganisms of a unicellular structure. They infect the vagina. Allocations with trichomoniasis can be frothy and have a yellow-green color and a disgusting smell. Symptoms of this infection include dryness and itching of the vagina, burning sensations in the process of urine emission. Also, in many cases, patients complain of pain in the vagina during sexual intercourse and discomfort in the lower abdomen. Often there is a worsening of symptoms after menstruation. However, many women do not manifest any manifestations.
In some cases, vaginal discharge,accompanied by discomfort and burning, are non-infectious in nature. Such symptoms are the result of allergic reactions (irritations) to the effects of sprays, spermicidal products or syringing. The vaginal area may exhibit sensitivity to conditioners for laundry, synthetic products, or perfumed soap.
Decrease in the hormone level is alsothe cause of non-infectious vaginitis. In this case, as a rule, there is dryness in the vagina and the absence of any discharge. This vaginitis is characterized as atrophic. With this type of illness, women feel pain with sexual contact, burning in the vagina.
When treating various forms of vaginitis useddifferent ways. The choice of therapy is carried out depending on the form of the disease. It should be noted that self-administration is unacceptable.
In many cases, patients are assignedvaginal suppositories. Their action is aimed at eliminating the infectious cause. Suppositories are administered overnight. During the night period, the drug dissolves under the influence of body temperature. Typically, a dosage is prescribed in the amount of one suppository per day. However, in some cases, the doctor can double the dosage. In this case, suppositories are introduced into the vagina in the morning and evening. To ensure that the discharge after the candles does not cause discomfort, one-time gaskets should be used.
To prevent vaginal infections, experts recommend that you carefully monitor intimate hygiene, use condoms during sexual intercourse and regularly undergo gynecological examination.