Vaginal discharge is the discharge of bodily fluids from the vagina. Leucorrhoea naturally does occur when a woman experiences changes according to the menstrual cycle. Usually the liquid that comes out is thick and sticky liquid throughout the cycle, but more fluid and clear when ovulation occurs.
Leucorrhoea normal vs. leucorrhoea is not normal
There are several factors that are still considered reasonable and safe if a woman experiences vaginal discharge. Leucorrhoea occurs more often during stress, pregnancy, or sexual activity.
However, be careful if vaginal discharge that occurs is pathological or abnormal vaginal discharge. The sign is quite easy, pathological vaginal discharge can be seen from the color, consistency, volume, and odor that is not as usual. In addition, there are other symptoms experienced, before / together / after vaginal discharge.
Pathological vaginal discharge is usually caused by infection and non-infection. Non-infectious causes are usually related to the presence of foreign bodies (such as spiral contraception) or other diseases, such as cervical cancer. While the causes of infection include bacterial, fungal and parasitic infections. These three causes are often experienced by women, especially women of childbearing age who are still sexually active. How to distinguish? Let’s follow the following explanation.
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