Causes of vaginitis during mating
U.S. scientists have found that bacteria that build up on the penis may be a risk of causing women to develop vaginitis after mating.
Routine gynecological examinations:
According to the Center for Adolescent Women’s Health, it is estimated that about 50% of women will relapse during 12 months of treatment.
Therefore, you should not be subjective, re-examine on time for the doctor to monitor the progress of symptoms and health conditions.
Symptoms of the disease include a burning sensation in the vagina with a thin white, gray or green fluid. After mating, the private area will smell bad.
According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), bacterial vaginosis is a common condition that affects women ages 15 to 44.
Scientists say that if a woman becomes infected during pregnancy, it leads to the risk of preterm or low birth weight.