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4 Signs You Need to Call Your Gyno

Every woman who goes through life will experience periods, menstrual cramps, menopause, painful intercourse or vaginal dryness. These topics can make women feel embarrassed to talk openly about it. Female dryness can strain your sex life.

Be sure that you take the right steps to avoid the embarrassment and strain, even if it means a moment of feeling uncomfortable as you speak to your gynecologist about it. After all, it’s your health that matters most, and doctors will appreciate the questions. This way they can catch any issues from the get go.

Painful Periods

It’s that wonderful time of the month again when mother nature knocks at your door to bring you gifts—these include headaches, undeniable cravings, cramps and mood swings. Although all of these symptoms are certainly normal, there are signs of infections and even cancer.

If your period pains change overtime, it can be due to infections or tumors that are called fibroid. It’s an important problem that can cause further issues if it’s not taken care of.

Spotting Periods

Worry no more because spotting between period can occur for many mundane reasons such as hormonal changes in the body or side effect of birth control. You still should get checked by your doctor to make sure it’s not an infection. When it comes to shorten periods or spotting periods during your 50’s, it’s can be a symptom of menopause.

Vaginal Dryness

The wonders of being a woman are dealing with menopausal, post-pregnancy and hormonal changes that closely relate to vaginal dryness. Aside from the sarcasm, vaginal dryness is an easy fix, believe it or not. Certain products on the market, such as Femininity™, the nature given supplement, are induced with rich oils that will bring moisture and sex back into your life.

Fishy Smell

It might be the dinner last night, but it’s possibility that it’s a bacterial infection or even a serious case of a common STI. A sudden change of color or fishy smell is related to infections so make sure you notify your gynecologist.



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