It’s nerve-wracking when something funky’s going on in the vaginal discharge department, so we asked Carol Livoti, MD, ob-gyn at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City, what’s normal and what’s not.
Vaginal discharge is a fluid or semisolid substance that flows out of the vaginal opening. Most women have vaginal discharge to some extent, and a small amount of vaginal discharge is a reflection of the body’s normal cleansing process. The amount and type of vaginal discharge also varies among
Combining vaginal stimulation with clitoral bliss makes having a bomb orgasm pretty much a sure thing. Sexperts Sadie Allison, PhD, founder of TickleKitty.com and author of Ride ‘Em Cowteen! and Yvonne Fulbright, PhD, author of The Better Sex Guide to Extraordinary Lovemaking explain how to get
A vaginal infection (vaginitis) causes symptoms of vaginal odor, discharge, itching, or irritation due to inflammation of the vagina. There are several types of vaginal infections (yeast, bacterial vaginosis, STDs).
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Possible causes: Stress, drugs, or hormones. Vaginal dryness is one of the most common reasons women say they aren’t feeling it during sex. Many things can cause it, such as stress, anxiety, or taking meds like antihistamines, which dry out mucus membranes, says Dr. Dweck.
Pain, burns, cuts, lost foreign objects—if something goes wrong between the sheets, our guide to common sex injuries has you covered.
What is Blue Waffle Disease? The term waffles is a slang referring to a woman’s vagina. Similar to vaginitis, blue waffles is a vaginal infection, which leads to an inflammation and a blue discoloration of the vagina.
A vaginal trichomonas infection can be easily mistaken for bacterial vaginosis because both of these vaginal conditions are associated with discharges with a pungent fishy odor and furthermore because upon diagnostic testing in a doctor’s office, both conditions are characterized by elevated vaginal pH readings.
Learn why doctors do not recommend vaginal douching. Douching increases the risk for vaginal infections, ectopic pregnancy, pelvic inflammatory disease, and other conditions.