YEAST INFECTION: A yeast infection very common, Many women are victims. They present signs like BV, as well as addition of a white thick discharge. To treat yeast infection, you need with one- or three-course vaginal anti-fungal treatments, so avoid any antibiotics as they will not cure it. You can find them in any medical store around.Also one thing about treating yeast infection is that those treatments always get messy, so the best option is to use them overnight.
BACTERIAL VA-GINOSIS: Just like yeast infection, bacterial vaginosis (BV) is the most and very common cause of vaginal odor. Every woman v**ina naturally is filled with occurring bacteria, and the overgrowth of those occuring bacteria is BV. It is common in women especially in their reproductive years which the experts says, they experience at least one case of bacterial vaginosis. Acoording to experts the cause is yet to be known but frequent douching and unprotected s*x can put a woman at a higher risk. Other signs and symptoms include soreness, itching and discharge. Thou it is said the some BV issue go on their own but I recommends that every women with BV symptoms should visit their doctor for treatment to prevent serious complications and be care of where you take your medication. As Treatment for bacteria viaginosis is as simple as a course of antibiotics.
S3XUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES: Some STD’s can cause smelly private part, such as chlamydia and gonorrhea which are the most common. They are very common and easy to treat, but can cause alot complications if not properly treated. One important thing to note is that both diseases are not quickly diagnosed because they may not produce symptoms. Some of the major symptoms of Chlamydia and gonorrhea are pus-like discharge and painful urination as well as unpleasant odor. So I recommend you see a doctor if you are experiencing any of the above symptoms and also tell your husband to go for a test.
PELVIC INFLAMMATORY DISEASE
The Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) normally occurs when bacteria pass into the uterus through v*gina. PID is often not daigonise late-stage result of an STD like chlamydia. Pelvic inflammatory disease is usually not diagnosed until you start to experience trouble getting pregnant or chronic pain as sometimes it does not show symptoms. If PID show symptoms some of them are pelvic pains, odor, painful intercourse, heavy discharge,fatigue fever or painful urination. It can also be treated with antibiotics. If you are experiencing any of these problems, the best option is too see a medical doctor for proper medication and treatment.