In the summer, women are increasingly tormented by various symptoms associated with the sexual organs. Although they do not always indicate a problem or a disease, do not underestimate their importance. Some of them are the result of poor hygiene, bathing in dirty water, sexual adventures, injuries, infections. If you feel that “there” is something wrong, it’s time to go to an appointment with a specialist.
Sometimes it can happen even with a healthy woman. For example, when she has sex after showering or bathing, and she has little natural lubrication, when a woman has urinary tract disease, digestive problems, etc. The most common pain occurs as a result of vaginal dryness, recurrent inflammation, fungal infections, but it can also be a symptom of endometriosis.
If pain is observed during each sexual intercourse, it is advisable to visit a specialist. Sex can be accompanied by pain due to vaginismus, that is, due to muscle cramps around the entrance to the vagina, which prevents penetration. Sexual intercourse in this state is almost impossible.
Bleeding outside menstruation
If you regularly take hormonal contraceptives, it can cause bleeding and spotting between menstruation. Again, it is advisable to consult a doctor, especially if this happens during regular use of contraceptives or if you do not take birth control at all. Some types of bleeding may be caused by an infection or abortion, so do not hesitate to consult a gynecologist.
Bleeding after intercourse should also be alarming. It can be caused, for example, by a polyp, which must be removed. Bleeding can also occur due to changes in the cervix. Blood after sex is often a symptom of cervical cancer.
Discharge from the vagina
From the period of puberty to menopause, a certain amount of secretions is a completely normal phenomenon. Even in newborn girls, you can observe small white discharge from the genitals. Allocations are quantitatively and qualitatively different during the menstrual cycle in each woman. After menstruation, the discharge is more mild, white. During ovulation, these secretions are designed to help the sperm get to the egg. After ovulation, the discharge becomes less dense in consistency.
Abnormal such discharge becomes when they change odor, color or are accompanied by other symptoms – itching and burning. The yellowish or greenish tinge of discharge can mean problems caused by sexually transmitted diseases. Be careful! STDs never go away on their own, so do not hesitate to contact your doctor.
Rash and cones
The most common cause of rashes and cones in the genital area is the removal of pubic hair. The best way to avoid this is to shave your hair or remove it with wax in the direction of hair growth. You can also try using a depilator or laser hair removal, however, this can lead to skin irritation and dryness.
Even this part of the body can suffer from a classic rash with pus. Beware of seals resembling warts, painful blisters. They can not be harmless. These seals usually represent symptoms of a disease, for example, genital herpes or genital warts. In any case, entrust the diagnosis to the doctor.
Mycosis and itching
Very common condition, especially in the summer, when many people spend time by the pools. You can get rid of them with OTC or suppository, but it’s better to be safe than sorry – again, it’s best to entrust treatment to a specialist, especially as mycosis often entails other complications.
In addition to the necessary visit to the doctor will help cotton underwear and hygiene using soft means. Avoid wearing tight clothes.
Painful sensations in the chest
All women should regularly examine their breasts for seals or painful sensations. At the slightest suspicion, consult a doctor, perhaps. You will have to do a mammogram. But, having identified the problem in the early stages, it is easy to cure, and if not to be examined, it is possible to lose the breast.