By Amanda Chatel. A discharge that resembles cottage cheese and accompanies some vagina itch, inside and out, means you probably have a yeast infection. Funky smells?
One of the biggest signs that you're preggers is when your period is suddenly MIA and your boobs are sore as hell. You Ate Asparagus. Wasn't it so nice of your vagina to let you know? When our bodies suffer an imbalance, the lactobacillus bacteria fails to keep the Candida genus yeast from overgrowing, leaving you with that itchy, smelly, cottage cheese situation.
When you're aroused, your vagina usually knows it even before your brain does. Depending on the intensity of your arousal, you can feel a tingling in your vagina , an increase in blood flow to the area, and even a sopping wet crotch full of vaginal secretion in preparation for intercourse. It seems that all that deliciousness elevates glucose levels and makes it easier for Candida albicans to latch on to vaginal cells and not let go.
Discharge like you've never seen? You can feel the pressure building in your vagina as your pelvic floor gets ready to do its thing. If you can't recall what you had for dinner last night, one whiff of your vagina might tell you everything you need to know. This means there's increased wetness in the vagina, which you can both feel and see, if you choose, whenever you wipe after peeing.
When our bodies suffer an imbalance, the lactobacillus bacteria fails to keep the Candida genus yeast from overgrowing, leaving you with that itchy, smelly, cottage cheese situation. You Ate Asparagus. Having a vagina puts me in excellent company.