Smelling Vaginal Discharge
During sex, some women’s vagina may release white fluid with slightly thick of viscosity, sticky and smells or vaginal discharge.
Not only women were bothered with this condition, but also in men. Some women may experience vaginal discharge with a very pungent odor, and this can make the couple lost their libido when smells it.
How could this happen? How do I fix this?
In stimulated condition, the vagina will produce a mucus that serves as a lubricant to facilitate penetration of the penis into the vagina. If not, this can cause irritation and even pain.
However, if the fluid is malodorous or smelly, then fungal infection has possibly occurred.
If the mucus is green, it can be considered as severe infection and should be treated immediately.
If the color is white or yellowish, then it is considered as mild infection and should also be cured as it can worsen infection if left treated.
You should contact your doctor or gynecologist immediately if had a severe fungal infection because of any fungal infection occurred in the vagina can influence the urinary tract and uterus healths.
The next step after getting medications, you have to frequently clean your vaginal area after having sex. You can use warm water to clean your vagina. You may also use female genital cleanser products, but don’t be too often because it can also provoke mucus secretion.
A sure thing for a severe infection woman is you have to frequently use and change your panty liner so your vaginal area always in dry condition such as after urination or defecation.