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Ovulation Discharge

Cervical Mucus Before, After and During Ovulation

Glands in the cervix produce cervical mucus inside the cervical canal. The texture and appearance of the cervical mucus changes throughout a woman’s cycle. The mucus can either support fertilization or make fertilization hard depending on the consistency. Fertile cervical mucus does not only allow sperm to get through easily, but it also protects it and extends its lifespan. [click to continue…]

Vaginal Discharge after Ovulation

Most women have vaginal discharge at many different times throughout their cycle. During ovulation, white and watery discharge is common and accepted as normal. But, discharge after ovulation is widely believed to be a sign of pregnancy. [click to continue…]

Vaginal Discharge Color Change

Vaginal Discharge is a natural fluid and its color and texture can change depending on infections, diseases, or times of the month. If you are aware of the various colors vaginal discharge can turn, that will be a good sign for you if something turns wrong. Normal vaginal discharge has concrete purposes: moistening the vagina and helping to prevent infections. Normal vaginal fluids can vary in texture and colour but should be sticky and elastic, clear or white and should not have an unpleasant odour. Throughout a woman’s menstrual cycle the color, texture, and amount of vaginal fluids may vary for the reason of hormonal changes. So some changes are normal but some may indicate a problem. [click to continue…]

Dark-Brown and Light-Brown Vaginal Discharge

Brown vaginal discharge is quite widespread among women, but it is necessary to differ natural discharge which is connected with normal physiological processes from a symptom of a disease which requires serious treatment. [click to continue…]

Discharges of Various Consistency

Vaginal discharge is a feature that is inherent to any woman of reproductive age. In healthy women, discharges may be scant, slimy, little unclear, since they are composed of cells of the epithelium of the vagina. The most common cause of vaginal discharge changes in the nature are infectious and inflammatory diseases of the genital organs: trichomoniasis, chlamydia, gonorrhea, candidiasis, bacterial vaginosis. [click to continue…]