Remember that prevention is better to try and stay away as possible from unprotected sexual contacts.
Vaginal discharge is quite normal when it is white or colorless and odorless. However, when the discharge changes color and the smell becomes annoying and itchy, it is recommended to go to a gynecologist, as it is very possible that you are dealing with vaginal candidiasis.
Here is harvested a sample of discharge, according to test results, treatment will be given. The infection is easily treated, so do not panic.
Human Papilloma Virus
Human papilloma virus or HPV is actually the cause of warts in the genital area, which can cause cancerous changes in the cervix.
Human papilloma virus is transmitted only through direct contact, but unfortunately the symptoms are not identified clearly.
Genital herpes is a sexually transmitted disease and is caused by simplex virus. Herpes is manifested by tingling, burning, cutting, pain and vaginal discharge. However, it is possible that these symptoms may disappear for months or even years until the infection erupts.
For this reason we recommend that you regularly visit the gynecologist for control and analysis.
Chlamydia is another disease that may go unnoticed due to lack of symptoms. However, in some cases, women may experience vaginal discharge, burning sensation when urinating, pain and even pain after intercourse.