Normally, women always have vaginal discharge
. The nature of their changes depending on the phase of the menstrual cycle or other conditions (during pregnancy or menopause). Discoloration, volume and consistency of vaginal cables depends on the production of sex hormones. But not always a woman can distinguish normal from abnormal discharge. In particular, it leads to the appearance of panic yellow discharge. Self is sometimes difficult to figure out whether the allocation of these are normal or a sign of the disease, as yellow discharge may be that in a particular case. The easiest way to solve this problem - it is a doctor's visit. Only a doctor after carefully performed diagnostics can establish the presence or absence of disease.
It is known that normal vaginal discharge can vary in color. That is, within limits considered as transparent or whitish discharge as light and dark yellow. The consistency of the normal discharge is also different, they can be gelled and form small clots.
The volume of vaginal discharge varies depending on the phase of the menstrual cycle. Usually the number of cables increases before and during ovulation
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In addition, the normal yellow discharge is not accompanied by subjective symptoms such as itching, burning or discomfort in the vulva. Also, the yellow separation are normally not have an unpleasant odor. Sometimes vaginal secretions have a somewhat sour smell, due to the predominance of the vagina of lactic acid bacteria, which create an acidic environment.
Usually, the appearance of yellow precipitates due to the end of menstruation. In some cases, yellow whites may appear before menstruation, often streaked with blood. Every woman should know not only the nature of their menstruation, but also the character of discharge before and after menstruation.
If a woman other than yellow precipitates were complaints of itching, burning, pain in the abdomen and during intercourse and others, this is evidence of an infectious process.
Yellow discharge could expand and have an unpleasant odor in violation of the rules of hygiene, frequent use of soap while cleaning the allergies on the pad. In this case, developing nonspecific vulvovaginitis, which takes place on their own after the removal of irritating factors. Often yellow discharge occur in the presence of cervical erosion as a result of her infection.
Also abundant yellow discharge with an unpleasant odor occurs when inflammation of the fallopian tubes (salpingitis) or uterine appendages (adnexitis). Besides cables
Beli: abnormal discharge
A woman worries abdominal pain of varying intensity, fever, general weakness, and malaise. During a pelvic exam palpable enlarged and painful appendages.
Another cause of pathological yellow secretions are diseases transmitted through sexual contact. When Trichomonas vulvovaginal discharge yellowish-green and frothy. The patient complains of severe pruritus genital organs. Gonorrhea is also accompanied by purulent, profuse and yellow secretions. In the absence of timely treatment likely ascending infection (endometritis, adnexitis, pelvioperitonit), which can cause infertility.
Vaginal discharge during pregnancy can be varied and depend not only on the duration of pregnancy, but also from joining infections. For the first trimester of pregnancy characterized by yellow discharge, due to increased production of progesterone
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- The pregnancy hormone. Such allocation are thick and viscous consistency and practically opaque. Starting from the second trimester of pregnancy, the expectant mother increases the synthesis of estrogen, due to which the allocation of thinning, are abundant and clear. Allocation to these stages of pregnancy may also have a yellowish tinge odorless.
In the case of infection in a pregnant woman develops vulvovaginitis, which is also manifested by subjective sensations (itching, burning of the external genitalia). Treatment of vulvovaginitis in pregnancy is required, as the process may spread to the membranes, amniotic fluid and fetus.