condom
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MA

does condom affects menstrual cycle

 

rikithemonk

nope. Nothing in them that would do that. Why do you ask?

 

MA

well i am just worried, i had my last cycle in sept. 3 i am expecting my period the same date this month or until today but a white fluid keeps on coming out from me for 3 days now, i am also considering stress the reason for this (due to work and financial crisis- i have so much on my mind lately)we've been using condom for six months now, the least i am considering right now is getting pregnant or i am not considering it at all, i have 3 kids already..please advise

 

rikithemonk

Sounds like a yeast infection. Is there an odor? Any Itching? If so, use an over the counter yeast infection treatment. The three day treatments usually do the trick.

 

MA

yes there is, and a very uncomfortable feeling as if i'm having my menstrual cycle. on the other hand, does it affect my menstrual cycle? could you give me a brand of the yeast infection treatment? by the way could you give me an idea/reasons for having this infections.

 

rikithemonk

No, It doesn't affect your cycle. Any brand will do, Monistat7 is the most well known, but most stores even have a generic version. Here in the USA, Yeast infection treatments can be found at most drugstores near the condoms.

Its easy to get yeast infections. Too many cloths, or clothing too tight prevents sweat from evaporating and causes a hot moist environment. or if your new to sex, it is most likely caused by the change in your vaginal chemistry. You see, you have natural bacteria that live in there and keep the yeast in check. Its kind of a hostile environment because your body keeps it acidic to prevent infections. Any number of things can tip the balance and cause the yeast to get out of control.

Oh, by the way. Its not a STD. You didn't get it from the boy. It just happens sometimes. Do the treatment and it will go away. If after the treatment, you dont see any change, then you have a bacterial infection and not a yeast infection. These can only be cured by a doctors visit. You can get either infection without having sex.

 

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