CERVICAL MUCUS DISCHARGE VS VAGINAL INFECTIONS, WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE?


Vaginal cervical mucus is the discharge of sticky fluid from the outer of the vagina which is usually noticed when you ovulate. Cervical mucus is mostly accompanied while ovulating. The signs you noticed during vaginal mucus discharge are, raise in basal body temperature, your body temperature level is slightly increased and the colours or the discharge are usually clear, milky or faintly yellowish which will be sticky when feel to touch.

Vaginal infections are accompanied by many signs such as bad or foul smell discharge from vaginal, Grey or greenish colour shows a sign of infection, also, if you noticed burning sensation, itchiness, unusual discharge even when not ovulating, then, your vaginal have been infected.

MEDICATION : If you noticed any of these signs, then visit your nearest doctor for treatment but OTC (over the counter) drugs such as antifungal drugs, metrodanizole, clotrimazole, azithromycin might helps.

@Clinicgists

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