Can anyone shed some light on this for me? Doctor: Thank you for your question. What material are your undies usually made out of? Keep changing the liner frequently and ensure the vaginal region is always clean and dry. I've never had sex before, and I've only had this happen to me one other time and that other time, I couldn't recall having a sex related dream. The pH balance of the vagina fluctuates during the cycle and is the least acidic on the days just prior to and during menstruation. And I was curious about women. I went to the doctor and she said its fine. Yes, you're supposed to have discharge all the time - it's normal and healthy.
I too hate the cold kinda clammy feeling. Thankfully, I never got an infection after i ppromed, but If i were you-i 'd definitely get things checked out. Admittedly, it increased as I got older. If the water consumed is not enough, the urine will turn out to be concentrated. Then again, some forget to remove their tampon, which results in bacterial growth and again causes foul odor.
Infections, therefore, are most common at this time. Discharge starts as you enter puberty because it is part of your vagina's self-cleaning and self-defensive functions to help prevent infections that could cause infertility - you continue to have discharge throughout your entire life, there is no way to stop it and no reason why you should want to stop it as it's a healthy function of your body. Soo I'm hoping it will stop soon too. Sometimes its just their head. Even if we're just sitting and having anon sexual conversation, il get up and feel my panties wet.
Skin may become flushed blotches of redness appear on the chest and back. I was wearing grey pants and they turned dark there. Another cause for the ammonia smell is leakage of concentrated urine. Do you have any suggestions to decrease wetness anf lessen this odor? Prevention and Treatment During pregnancy, one should ensure one drinks plenty of water and other fluids. I didn't think people would be offended because there are much more graphic and vulgar threads on this forum. However, it is important to remember that very rarely is inadequate hygiene level the cause for smelly discharge.
I guess it's a sign of healthy. The bad bacteria take over and convert nitrogen into ammonia compounds, thereby causing the foul ammonia odor. During menopause the ovaries quit producing the hormone estrogen and progesterone. He originally tried using four fingers. But that's horrible too if he tries to feel me up then feels the bad.
However, the general wetness I experience starts as soon as 10 minutes after putting them on. But at least we know our parts are working properly I guess. This helps to keep the area from being colonized by the bad bacteria the ones that smell gross so it helps to keep you fresh. We've been together for almost 2 years so its not like we just met. I feel that this is unrelated to arousal or menstruation I experience a heavy flow but not the same sort of dampness. I don't know if that makes sense but that's the best I can describe it.
I'd always tell my doctors about it and never had an abnormal Pap smear. I think most of them have like 5% Elastane or so, not sure if that might already make a big difference. It can be absolutely normal… Yup, the is not supposed to be dry. Wet enough to drench your underwear, no, not normal. It has no odor and this is going on now for a while. I guess you would say a hint of baby formula.
What this means is that you may have have an infection in these areas but the symptoms of dysuria, urgency and blood in the urine may not be present, yet. The urine is broken down by bacteria which can break down ammonia and cause the smell. Unless your discharge is particularly thick, it will probably be soaked up. Thus, we female physicians seem to shyly get asked this question and find an opportunity to educate and reassure our female patients on this matter. Sorry for the question in the answer to a question, lol. Instead, I've taken to helping things out in the shower- basically, I fish around in there and pull out what I can. Why wasn't I ever given this news? Carol talked about in the article, the menstrual cycle plays a big role here.
It also causes itching around the vagina. In case you have watery, foul-smelling, bloody or brown vaginal discharge, contact your physician immediately. That kind of thinking makes no sense. You may find yourself swapping out liners a few times a day depending on where you are in your cycle. However, if the pH balance is disturbed, an infection-prone zone is created.