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What Causes Abnormally Sticky Vaginal Discharge
Vaginal fluids are secretions produced by the female productive system. These fluids are essential because they help protect the vagina by carrying away dead tissue, keeping the tissues lubricated and removing unwanted bacteria.
Vagina Secretions is healthy when it ranges from watery to sticky and milky white or clear.
On the other hand, an abnormal secretion has an unusual colored appearance, texture, or odor. During an abnormal discharge, women experience itching and discomfort on their genitals.
Vulva Ulcers and Erosions
A vulva or genital ulcer is a condition that causes blisters to appear on the outer part of the female’s sexual organ. Sometimes these ulcers come with stinging pain, other times they are not painful.
Most cases vulva ulcers and erosions caused by sexually passed on infections, but these blisters could erupt due to many other reasons. Luckily, victims of vulva mouth ulcers can be treated.
So what are the possible explanations behind blisters in the vulva?
What does a Genital herpes Rash Look like?
An unusual blister or pimple in your private parts may send the wrong signals. Most victims often relate a rare blister around their sexual organs to genital herpes, but that is not always the case. Internally growing hair can also be lead to unusual pimples.
So how do you tell the difference between a genital herpes rash and internally growing hair bumps?
This post will draw a line between the two and advise you on what to do in each case.
Is ThereAnything likeStealthing Law?
Stealthing, the act of removing a condom without a partner's consent during penetrative sex has raised concerns over the past three years.
Cases of the practice have featured in discussions in courts across the US and Europe with lawmakers struggling to relate how it could fit the definition of sexual assault or rape.
As of now, none of the nations in these regions have a provision for that in their lawbooks.
But what comes out—after a case of a Switzz who removed a condom during sex without the partner's permission was convicted for defilement— is that the act is punishable by law.
That is to say; slipping off your condom without your mate's agreement could end up with you serving a jail term even if there’s no stealthing law.
What is Bloody Semen
Semen could be bloody for a number of reasons. Most cases of the condition—medically referred to as hematospermia—are not severe and often heal without medical attention.
Medical experts use a victim’s age and other symptoms that come along with bloody semen like, how much blood, pain, and how often it happens to diagnose the potential causes and treatment for each situation.
Discover some of the reasons you may see blood in your semen.