Leukorrhea, or vaginal discharge, is common among women. It is a thin or thick discharge of fluid, white, clear or another color in nature that is sometimes odorless or has an odor. It happens between your menstrual cycles or during pregnancy. It can last from a couple of days to a couple of weeks.
Not all bacteria are harmful. They are present everywhere in the body and are necessary for various body processes. In the body, there is a balance in place to keep the activities of the bad bacteria in check. However, when this balance is tipped, infections set in. Bacterial Vaginosis simply means that there are more harmful bacteria in the vagina than good ones. It is a type of vaginitis, leading to vaginal inflammation.
Candida has an organic presence in human physiology and can be found in the hidden parts of the body. It is seen on the skin as well as mouth and the digestive tracts. In women, it can also be present in the vagina. Candida in the vagina leads to white discharge and itching.
Fungal infections are usually uncomfortable, irritable and unsightly. Doctors will normally prescribe antimicrobial cream which is expensive as treatment. Most minor fungal infections, however, can easily be treated efficiently and effectively at home. To better treat fungal skin infections one must first have a basic understanding of infections.
Traditionally, men and woman have used natural and herbal techniques as an alternative for birth control, whether it is a natural remedy for birth control or a conservative medical method, it is not likely to be as effective as birth control pills.
The below suggestions are best when combined with a non-hormonal method of birth control, like condoms. None of these home remedies are 100% effective, but they are better at preventing pregnancy than not using any birth control at all.