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6 Warning Signs of Vaginal Infection (Vaginitis)

6 Warning Signs of Vaginal Infection (Vaginitis)

Do you have itching and redness around your vagina, abnormal vaginal discharge with an unpleasant smell, irritation, a burning sensation during urination? It could be Vaginitis, a very common disease, which affects millions of women each year

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Do you have itching and redness around your vagina, abnormal vaginal discharge with an unpleasant smell, irritation, a burning sensation during urination? It could be Vaginitis, a very common disease, which affects millions of women each year. Vaginitis is medically described as an irritation and/or inflammation of the vagina. Some women have no symptoms at all. And some may have symptoms, which include: – Abnormal vaginal discharge with an unpleasant odour. – Burning & pain during urination. – Itching around the outside of the vagina. – Discomfort during intercourse. – Irritation – Bleeding Vaginitis has various causes. It may result from bacterial infections, fungal infection, protozoan infection, contact dermatitis or even an allergic reaction. Things to keep in order to minimise the risk of developing vaginiti: – Practice good hygiene by keeping the vaginal area clean. – Avoid irritating agents such as harsh soaps and feminine hygiene sprays. – You should wipe from front to back to prevent bacteria around the anus from entering the vagina or urethra.