Vaginal Fibroids

Home remedies for vaginal discharge- Get rid of unpleasant feminine smell now!

Author: R Kusuma

Are you among the women who suffer from  fishy vaginal discharge and you don't know anymore how to cure it? Did you spend a fortune on feminine soaps and antibiotics to mask the odor? Actually, there many home remedies for vaginal odor that work very well in treating the cause of your discharge.

For women it is very embarrassing even mentioning that they suffer from vaginal discharge thinking that other people will judge them as been unclean. The unpleasant feminine odor has lots of causes, poor hygiene been just one of them. You are rather suffering from vaginal yeast infection or bacterial vaginosis. However, there are certain things that you could do about it yourself.

Women like to wear sexy underwear, no doubt about it. Unfortunately, it is not such a good idea to wear them all the time as the fabrics don't permit the air circulation resulting in you having infections. The best panties for women, especially those with vaginal discharge, are cotton ones. Also, they are easy to wash on high degrees water as well as iron which kills all the bacteria.

Another good home remedy for vaginal discharge is the use of plain water at least twice daily. Avoid as much as possible the using of scenting soaps or other feminine perfumes which will actually make the odor stronger.

One of the most efficient home remedies for vaginal odor is the hydroxide peroxide. You use it as a douche. As a supplement to this you could use acidophilus capsules that you should out inside your vagina.

These are just few homemade treatments to cure fishy vaginal discharge. However, a possible cause of your discharge could be chronic yeast infection. It is essential that you treat the root cause of it, not only the yeast symptoms, otherwise you will still keep getting vaginal discharge.

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  1. ummar
      March 8, 2011

    Vaginal Ultrasound at 6-7 weeks? Fibroids also.?

    I recently found out I am pregnant – the 7 home test sticks say so. Because I spotted (brown) at the time when my period would normally come, the doctor sent me for a vaginal ultrasound 2 days ago.

    When they did it, I was only 4 weeks 6 days. The sonographer could not see any evidence of a ‘gestional sac’. She said this is normal because it’s quite early.

    Is this right?

    They took some blood from me that day and again today so they can check changes in my HCGs to determine whether I am having a normal pregnancy or if the spotting is a sign of a problem.

    My question is: how early can a vaginal ultrasound successfully show the gestational sac? Is it around 6-7 weeks?

    Also, the ultrasound did show that I have four firbroids on my uterus. The sonographer said they are nothing to worry about because they are on the outside of my uterus. However, the printed report says one of them is a pedunculated fibroid. This type sounds scary!

    • Stephanie B
        March 9, 2011

      It is totally normal for there not to be a sac at that early stage of pregnancy. If the sonographer is able to establish 4 weeks 6 days gestation that means that the egg may not have even really had time to implant into to uerine lining fully and if it has it has just barely begun to develop. Basically it would just look like a cluster of cells on your utrine wall. You might not pick u a gestational sac until about 6-7 weeks and then even then you may not be able to see a heartbeat for another week or two beyond that.

      The HcG levels will tell them if the hormone is increasing, therefore, indicating that the pregnancy is progressing. I think thay look for the hormones to double.

      I am not sure about fibroids, but if it is something you are concerned about then call your doctor. If the sonographer did not feel they were an issue though I really wouldn’t worry too much. Many women have these and never even know it!

  2. Michelle F
      March 9, 2011

    Vaginal Labor with Fibroids?

    I am due in about 10 weeks or less and have fibroids, this is my first child and was wondering has anyone ever given vaginal birth with fibroids and how was it? I’m scared because they are talking about one could possibly erupt and I’d need a blood transfusion. Also after you gave birth did you fibroids strink and/or did they give you any problemes?

  3. notagain
      March 9, 2011

    Increased clear vaginal discharge good or bad?
    Increased clear vaginal discharge to where the underwear is soaked……is that a sign of pregnancy? I also have every symptom of being pregnant (except i havent taken a test yet). But I also know that I have fibroids and ovarian cysts.

    • Larkin L
        March 9, 2011

      Some females experience more discharge when they are pregnant, some don’t. I never did. Best to take a test.

      Different Types of Discharge:

      White: Thick, white discharge is common at the beginning and end of your cycle. Normal white discharge is not accompanied by itching. If itching is present, thick white discharge can indicate a yeast infection.

      Clear and stretchy: This is “fertile” mucous and means you are ovulating.

      Clear and watery: This occurs at different times of your cycle and can be particularly heavy after exercising.

      Yellow or Green: May indicate an infection, especially if thick or clumpy like cottage cheese or has a foul odor.

      Spotting Blood/Brown Discharge: May happen right after periods, and is just “cleaning out” your vagina. Old blood looks brown. This may occur when you are ovulating/mid-cycle.

      Different types of infections:

      Signs of yeast infections:
      White, cottage cheese-like discharge
      Swelling and pain around the vulva
      Intense itching
      Buy Monistat 7 over-the-counter

      Signs of bacterial vaginosis:
      A white, gray or yellowish vaginal discharge
      A fishy odor that is strongest after sex or after washing with soap
      Itching or burning
      Slight redness and swelling of the vagina or vulva
      See a doctor

  4. lesliefbarker
      March 9, 2011

    I had an vaginal probe ultrasound and they found fibroids in my uterus. I got bloodwork & they found out i’m?
    anemic from severe bleeding & pain during my period! I’m getting an endometrial biopsy next week.Does this make me a candidate for a hysterectomy? & how long is this operation? thanks.

    • lawmomof3
        March 8, 2011

      This is EXACTLY what I had.

      I didn’t have to have a hysterectomy. I had a procedure called cryoablation. (I’m not sure if I spelled this correctly.) Essentially, they frozen the lining off of my uterus. I just had this done less than one month ago. It was an out patient procedure. I was pretty doped up that first day, but after that I just took Tylenol. I haven’t had any bleeding since the procedure and so far I’m doing great. It will take another two months to find out how successful this was. (No periods versus light periods, etc.)

  5. kgirlie
      March 9, 2011

    Average price of a vaginal ultrasound without insurance?
    I need to have a vaginal ultrasound preformed to check for fibroids. Does anyone know what the average cost is without insurance? I am having it performed at the doctor’s office rather than the hospital which will substantially lower the cost.

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