Every woman would experience vaginal discharge. Only, complaints or conditions may differ whiteness. Whitish coming out in large numbers during the fertile period, then stopped, and came out again when the fertile period, fairly normal.
Whitish generally occurs out before and after menstruation, or the fertile period. This discharge as a defense and gives moisture to the vaginal area.
In contrast, women who did not experience vaginal discharge are precisely the condition that is not normal. It is usually caused by hormonal disturbances and disruption of the menstrual cycle.
Many women, especially the young, do not understand and are not experiencing vaginal discharge. In fact, at the mouth of the uterus and vagina, whitish fluid had accumulated aka overload. Whitish fluid is "like" living in the area, as well as bacterial vaginitis. Upon overload, the liquid will come out.
In someone who has sexual intercourse, it could be a lot of whitish fluid that does not come out. "This is dangerous if not treated. Next thing you know, really, it's hard to have children? This is because the sperm is hampered by a whitish fluid so it does not get into the mouth of the womb, "he explained.
An assessment should be carried out before planning to have a baby, because if it happens after pregnancy, cannot be treated on the spot. Have to wait until the birth, because of drugs consumed can affect the fetus.
Can be asymptomatic
Abnormal vaginal discharge can be caused by bacterial vaginitis (BV), fungi, or parasites. Whitish because these bacteria are usually without symptoms. When examined blood and urine were fine. However, feel unwell, fever, or weakness.
While whitish fungal marked itching of the genitals and a whitish fluid characterized as parasitic green and foul smelling. BV is the cause of vaginal discharge that is more difficult to treat because the complaint is usually followed by the presence of other bacteria.
When untreated, the bacteria in the vagina into the uterus or vaginal wall causing infection. Can also enter the urinary tract and the urinary bag to infection. Therefore, Natalia suggested, immediately seek treatment if there are whitish outside the normal cycle.