appearance of secretions caused by the change of saturation hormones during puberty, teenagers and formation of their menstrual cycle.As a result, there is a change in the mucosal tissues of the genital tract, which leads to the release of moisture from a large number of lactic acid bacteria, called rods and form the basis Dederleyna vaginal microflora.Through the provision of cleaning and ensures the protection of the genitals by bacteria penetrating from the outside and spreading various infections.

normal discharge from the genital tract



normal female highlight different light sour smell, smooth creamy texture and white color with a light gray shade.However, they shall not contain impurities of blood,
mucus or pus, get off in flakes or lumps.

number hormonal secretions dependent saturation of the organism, but in any case should not exceed 4 ml per day.Typically, in the first half of the menstrual cycle, the number is slightly smaller than the latter. In the middle of the menstrual cycle to the systemic exposure of mixed small amount of clear mucus from the cervix, indicating that ovulation occurred.

abnormal discharge



Any allocation that deviate from the norm, suggests the possibility of infection and inflammation in the body.So, cheesy discharge yellowish color is a sign of fungal infection or candidiasis.Mucopurulent whites are typical for viral, chlamydial infection ureaplazmennoj or genitals, and liquid pus is a sign of gonorrhea or trichomoniasis.Watery whites fall into the vagina of the upper genital organs and, as a rule, evidence of serious violations in the reproductive system. abnormal discharge is often accompanied by unpleasant odor, which is also indicative of harmful bacteria in the genital tract.

In menstruating women appear spotting, the nature of which may also deviate from the norm.Thus, abnormal menstrual flow are those that last more than 6 days, contain pieces of mucosal tissue or large clots.The reason for seeking medical attention should also be a little spotting between periods or prolonged spotting before or after menstruation.