Similar Questions with Answers
Question: I have white discharge...what is reason???
Answer: Hello dear... Sorry for typing wrong answer,below is the correct answer for your query...
Vaginal discharge is healthy part of vaginal function,if you are experiencing white discharge after delivery is known as lochia, usually white discharge occur as thick white liquid,it can occur due to ovulation,stress, body heat, weakness or harmonalchanges ,To control white discharge follow these steps..
Start your day with buttermilk and fenugreek seeds
Have a nutritious diet with lot of veggies and fruits
Avoid oil,spicy foods
Stay away from dehydration it is essential to drink three litre of water a day
If you feel stressed, practice pranayama,it will be better
If you experience more white discharge,it is essential to consult doctor advice
Question: Yellowish n White discharge is increasing
Answer: Hi dear, discharge is common in final weeks of pregnancy. But yellow discharge some time indicates bacterial infection. If this charge continues then talk to your doctor.
Question: There is increase of white discharge. What is the reason?
Answer: high white discharge during any time of the pregnancy is considered to be normal however a white thick white discharge at this time could be mucus plug release which is the indication that the body is getting ready for the labor there is nothing to worry
Question: What is the reason of white discharge
Answer: Hello dear, vaginal discharge is normal during pregnancy. It could be white, green or yellow colour, because of hormonal changes during pregnancy. If the vaginal discharge comes with strong smelling, and/or accompanied by redness or itching, you may have a vaginal infection.
Try to clean and dry inner area, use panty if getting more discharge, Change panty 2 times in a day. Apply Yogurt or garlic paste or apple cider vinegar and rub it over the external parts of the vagina and rinse it. Eat a cup of yogurt a day will also help. Repeat the treatment for a week or until the fluids become normal. If don't feel comfortable, consult your gyno.