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Wednesday, January 03, 2018

Emergency Room Series: Infections Down There

The Vee is an important organ in the body. You should know how to protect and care for it dearly. 




When I mean the vagina, I'm trying to be simple. I actually mean the vulva, labias, cervix, uterus, fallopian tubes and every other thing that makes up the female reproductive system.


An undergraduate lady in her mid-twenties was admitted to the ER on account of persistent high fever, abdominal pain, bloating, thick vaginal discharge, severe vaginal itching, blisters around the vagina and foul odour. 


She kept scratching her private part so bad. When we told her to stop, she still continued. The odour was quite offensive( when doing vaginal examination) that we had to use face masks. If she was a bit older, I would have thought it was end- stage cervical cancer because the odour was characteristic.


Her blood was taken for tests which included blood glucose check and full blood count. Swab samples were taken from her cervix and around her vagina( consent taken) as well as her urine sample. The result showed she had severe fungal and bacterial infection. Her urine analysis was also poor. She was asked if she was having unprotected s§x with someone who had signs of STD, she said no. 


She claimed that it started two weeks ago, although the doctor wasn't buying it. She also said she was s§xually active with a man and another lady. When asked if she shares a toilet where she lives with more than two people, she said yes. 


Anyway, We started her on series of strong antibiotics and antiviral medications. She was told to bring her 'partners' to the hospital also for testing and drugs so she wouldn't get infected again. We weren't sure if it was s§xually gotten or from sharing the same toilet with a lot of people. 


It is important to avoid getting s§xually transmitted diseases as they cause vaginal infections. damage caused by an untreated infection can spread from the vagina up into the uterus and fallopian tubes. This kind of infection is called pelvic inflammatory disease and can, if left untreated, cause damage to the tubes. Blocked or damaged fallopian tubes prevent sperm from getting to your egg and also prevent the fertilized egg from getting to your uterus thereby causing infertility.


Any lady who has had a Vaginal infection before would know how frustrating and embarrassing it is. Vaginal infections can be avoided by wearing breathable underwear(not nylon), avoid wearing tight shorts or trousers for a long time.

 Don't use scented feminine products for the vagina eg bubble baths, soaps, sprays, tampons, and pads(there's a popular sanitary pad brand now with scented pads). 

Do not wear wet pants, In the bathroom, always wipe from front to back, When on your period, be sure to change your tampons, pads, and panty liners often, Manage your diabetes (if you're diabetic). 


I also encourage women to iron their pants before wearing them.


In conclusion, it's important to practice safe s3x to keep harmful germs away, avoid using petroleum jelly (Vaseline) as lubricant during s§x(it causes inflammation) and eat balanced meals. Most importantly, wash the vagina with ordinary water because soap kills the good bacterias that keep the vagina healthy.

34 comments:

  1. No vaginal disease is NOT got from toilet ooooooo. stop blaming the innocent toilet bikonu.

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    1. About washing with soap, they won't listen o. Saw enough Uniben girls, some will even be scrubbing with sponge as if it's car tire they are washing..
      The lady in question is a bi-sexual..

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  2. Most times i iron my pant before wearing.

    Just dont understand why i do it. Anyway good to see that it is worthwhile ironing it.

    May we never continue to do kru kru kru on our vaginal Amen

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    1. Hahahaha 😁 @ kru kru kru.
      Yori yori,you eeh

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    2. @yoriyori, which one is kru kru kru again? Lol.

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  3. them no de hear word..dem say if dem no put all their fingers inside their tohtoh e no go clean.infection is real and very scary

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  4. Will these girls hear?
    That hole between the thighs is "itchy" even when there is no infection. The key to open it is "marr*age"; just mention it and it will be flung asunder.

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    1. Ha no oh,am sure you have infection how can it be itchy? Mbanu I disagree.

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  5. You forgot to mention that infections and pelvic inflamatory diseases can be gotten through abortions which can as well lead to intrauterine adhesions and infertility.




    google any of the words.

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  6. waoh...To think I have be using Vaseline (blue seal) as lubricant. which lubricant is safe bikonu my husband says my website is always dry

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    1. I know KY jelly is the best and safest lubricant

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  7. At this juncture,I don't want a girl child again!...
    Raising a girl is a lot of hard work!,,.
    Mothers with plenty girls,I raise hands for you people!...
    God knows I can't deal that's why he gave me only boys...
    I'm grateful baba!...

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    1. Hahahaha 😁. Thank GOD I have only one oh,the extra work I put in raising her eeh compared to the boys is too much. Shout out to mums of 3 and more girls,you guys are the MVP

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    2. So its boys that dont contact stds or toilet infections?. Ekwe!

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  8. Na wah oh!
    Lemme wait for comments 😎

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  9. Where is my man friend oo.. have told him times witout number i dont like petroleum jelly, he wont hear word. I miss him so much.. he should be back from the abroad late jan.. miss his swt Ppp. Abeg dont judge me after all we decided to stop gweshing this year.. lets see if we can..

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    1. Must you tell us about your sexcapades and command us not to "judge you?"
      So why you dey stop ya hole being drilled?
      collect all the nyama nyama diseases, demons, and be smelling like dead rat.
      No be ya hole?

      If you like pour grease inside there and power am with Engine oil to kick start the new year.




      I dey ready for all una drama this year

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    2. Idiot anonys.. sorry we use condom..
      you that knows hw to give bj and gwesh every dick,tom n harry is here forming yamayama.. idiot of the highest order.. go run test on ur vj lets see wat u gat.. oponu

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    3. Hahahaha 😁 @ pour grease and power am with engine oil
      SDK blog is the best 😁

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  10. Biko, aunty nurse, wen u say waa d vagina with only water, do u mean just d vaginal opening or vulva n all its contents.

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    1. Looool, no o, if possible, you fit wash your cervix, uterus and tubes with water. Obviously the writer meant the vagina opening and labias. But if your own hand fit reach all your organs inside too, u fit wash am oooo.

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  11. If u have plenty panties, iron d small one u have.
    Smell musky, not musty.
    Google musky smell.
    Out!

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  12. Thanks. I have learnt a lot reading this. Very informative.

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  13. Thanks Nurse. People misleading themselves on this blog. I've read quite shocking things about caring for the vagina on this blog. One even said you should pull out the vagina and wash. The vagina also has a smile. Deluded people think it should be smelling of roses no. The vagina has a smell because it's moist and made up of bacteria. For lack of a better discription doctors say fishy but not too fishy. Each vagina has its unique smell. All you really need are clean hands and water. But keep deceiving yourself by putting your whole fist in it and doing cucumber facials. Thank you for keeping us in business.

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    1. Fishy? Really.
      Go back and read properly

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  14. Also the vagina smell changes during a woman's cycle. If you notice a stronger smell than normal it might have to do with ovulation or a change in the cycle.

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    1. You still carried your 'oversabi' into the new year. Vagina Smell is different from foul odour which the writer said. Ogbeni pack well!

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