“Toilet infection” is a misnomer for vaginitis – Aproko Doctor

“Toilet infection” is a misnomer for a group of conditions referred to as vaginitis, which result in itching, vaginal discharge which is usually smelly

Now there are 3 main causes

Bacterial Vaginosis

Candidiasis

Trichomoniasis

NONE of them are gotten from the toilet!

Some will swear it started right after they used a public toilet but it usually starts long before that “toilet” is used and can be attributed to the vaginal practices of the owner. I just saw someone advocating for toothpaste to be used Now this is how it goes down: Your vagina has bacteria living in it already, let’s call it good bacteria, known as lactobacilli, that’s what makes the vagina acidic, and acidic is good. At least for the vagina. As long as these guys are in charge, you are in the clear at least.

Toilet infection
It is NOT toilet infection, it is called vaginitis

Now there are other bacteria outside, on your skin, from your anus, on that person’s finger, on that cucumber, dildo etc.

That want to overpower the good bacteria.

It’s a War!!!! Remember it’s all about balance

Now some people erroneously think that washing inside the vagina makes it cleaner… Some even buy some pearl nonsense It doesn’t! Rather it kills off the good bacteria and allows the bad bacteria to grow everywhere. The cookie begins to smell fishy.

Leave the vagina alone! It knows how to do its job by itself. It can clean itself, if you must clean, clean just the surface with running water, avoid washing inside, avoid harsh soaps. They just make things worse…

You might decide to try out a new sexual partner, Gbam!

Or use an intrauterine device

Or abuse antibiotics anyhow

They make it easier for you to get what I’m describing above… Known as bacteria vaginosis. It is NOT a sexually transmitted disease.

But it’s associated with sex. You dig?

Especially multiple sexual partners.

Let us go to Candidiasis, the itch is usually not ignored, plus the whitish milkish discharge. This is caused by an overgrowth of a fungus known as Candida.
Especially when the area is damp for long It can also be caused by abusing antibiotics, Pregnancy, diabetes or even HIV.
…Or the same practices I outlined above. Leave the vagina alone! The discharge from this may not always smell bad.
The last one Trichomoniasis is sexually transmitted…
Yes, you don’t get it from the toilet. Can also be spread by Oral sex, anal sex. The discharge is smelly too, bad.
Watery, and associated with itching Gives off a discharge and foul fishy smell.
How do you prevent all of these?
Avoid multiple sexual partners,
always test your sexual partner and yourself for STIs
Wear dry cotton panties,
g strings should not be worn for long periods
Avoid douching
Stop abusing antibiotics
Use condoms
Don’t share sex toys
The toilet however can cause UTI in some ladies, it’s different from a vaginal infection. Sometimes the backsplash of WATER in the toilet bowl to your vag when doing the number 2 or when cleaning can infect your urinary tract and lead to a UTI.
If you have a vaginal discharge, do not just rush to the drug store and start abusing drugs, see a doctor to rule out other causes I think I should point out here that poorly treated pelvic infections can affect fertility in the future, make sure you get PROPER TREATMENT.

 

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