Wet Vagina: 6 Causes, Symptoms & Treatments

Wet vagina is very troublesome as we won’t be able to concentrate on anything at work and home. So, let’s explore why it occurs and how to get rid of it.

Many women in present-day lives their lives in fear of exposing their worst fears. Yes! Some are having problems with their private parts to an extent that they can’t seek the advice of a gynaecologist for a sole reason that their organs are too private even to the specialists.

Reasons vary from one to the other but being afraid of exposing their womanhood should miss the list!  We live in the days whereby you can’t die of ailments that have a cure for reasons that are nowadays deemed to overrun the human mind as they are dismissed as not worth your health. The wet vagina is one of the many diseases or rather disorders women suffer.

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Wet vagina
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Wet vagina causes:

Among the other many diseases of the vagina are:

  • Vaginal cysts.
  • Vaginitis.
  • Vaginal bleeding.
  • Vaginal cancer.
  • Yeast infections.
  • Sexually transmitted infections.
  • Bacterial vaginosis.
  • Trichomonas

A vagina can be wet when one is sexually aroused, g-spot orgasms in females, pregnancy, medications and infections. Your vagina should maintain a medium decree of wetness. If a vagina is overly wet for long periods of time, then it is a disorder that must be taken to the attention of a gynaecologist.

It is normal to have a relatively wet vagina but not extreme wetness. Among the diseases that can cause extreme wetness of the vagina are:

  • Bacterial vaginosis.
  • Pelvic congestion syndrome.
  • Desquamative vaginitis.
  • Hormonal imbalances.
  • Hormonal birth control pills.
  • Too many fluids.

Bacterial vaginosis:

Causes:

This a disease of the female reproductive system. It is a bacterial infection. The vagina is protected from an infestation of other bacteria by one bacterium called lactobacillus that keeps your vagina moderately acidic growing conditions not favourable for breeding of other bacteria.

The chances of getting bacterial vaginosis all vary from a change in the bacterial balance in your vagina. When the level of lactobacillus goes low, the chances that you get bacterial vaginosis rises.

Smoking, douching and sexual acts like; anal sex, change of sex partner, having more than one sex partner, lesbian sex and oral sex all raises the chances of contacting bacterial vaginosis.

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Symptoms:

This disease isn’t easy to notice, but then upon critical double checks and examinations, you could notice; a burning sensation when tight up against the bladder, whitish, greyish or greenish discharge, and a strong smell which becomes more prominent especially after sex.

A wet vagina can also be a possible symptom of this disease as its effect is that it leads to a wet vagina.

Treatment:

For expectant mothers, they are advised to visit a physician and try getting a cure for the bacterial vaginosis. Non-expectant mothers shouldn’t rush for medication as the infection can heal on their own.

Treatments that exists for the cure of bacterial vaginosis are usually antibiotics as it is a bacterial infection.

Doctors can also prescribe drugs that are taken orally and gels to be applied to the wet vagina. The use of antibiotics should be maintained until you are sure the disease has healed completely though bacterial vaginosis can re-infect you.

It is a good tradition to stay away from sexual intercourse if your partner is a female during the treatment.

Pelvic congestion syndrome:

The disease can also be referred to as pelvic vein incompetence. Though it is relatively different from all other chronic diseases, this type is a fashion of varicose veins in the lower abdomen. This chronic condition arises as a result of malfunctions of veins that lengthens, swells and twist.

Varicose veins develop similarly to those that form in the leg. This condition starts by developing a sensation of being full in the bladder.

It causes chronic pain. It usually manifests itself during pregnancy. During pregnancy hormones are released which heightens the accumulation of veins in the pelvic sections.

Signs and symptoms:

The most common starting symptom of this disease is that you start experiencing dull headache and continuous pain around the pelvic areas.

This pain is very dominant when the infected stands over long periods and at the onset of menstruation. The pain is also extensive during sexual intercourse.

Women who suffer from this condition are noted to have a bigger uterus.

Causes:

This condition is caused by relatively countable causes; pelvic hormonal milieu, compression from growing tumours in the pelvic areas, obstruction of venous outflow and left renal vein thrombosis.

Diagnosis:

This condition can be diagnosed through; CT scanning, Venogram and MRI. Ultra-sound and laparoscopy can also be used to scan or rather diagnose the condition.

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Treatment:

Pelvic congestion syndrome is a condition that leads to a wet vagina may not be noted easily at its early stage but having a wet vagina should be a hint to this condition.

Early knowledge of this condition would recommend the use of pain relievers for temporary solutions and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, ovarian function suppression and therapies for a more permanent solution.

Embolization can also be a surgical solution to this condition which involves stopping of blood flow to the veins.

Desquamative vaginitis:

Desquamative vaginitis is a disease that causes inflammation on the lining of the vagina. It can also be referred to as inflammatory vaginitis. Victims of this condition are women who are close to the menopause gap usually those around the age of 45-50.

Symptoms:
  • Desquamative vaginitis is characterized by;
  • Pain during sexual intercourse.
  • Inflamed vulva.
  • Bleeding of the vagina when touched.
  • Grey film of cover on the vagina.
  • Odour from the vagina accompanied with heavy vaginal discharge.
  • Wet vagina.

The above condition can be diagnosed through strict examination of the symptoms that accompany it. It leads to discomfort on the patients as a result of the excessively wet vagina, domestic fights and even breaks up as result of sex denial by the infected partner due to pain in sexual intercourse, intense bleeding that can lead to low blood level.

Treatment:

Desquamative vaginitis can be treated by application of creams and use of topical steroids.

Hormonal birth control pills:

Hormonal birth control pills exist in several ways. Some that are taken within seventy hours of unprotected sex while there are those that are taken on each day all throughout a menstrual cycle.

These pills can interfere with the functioning of the body by fluctuating hormonal balance in the body. When this happens, discharge levels are affected.

Fluids:

Fluids are the main reason for a wet vagina. They help manufacture vaginal fluids that lubricate vaginal tract to prevent pain during sex. Keeping also a wet vagina helps keep it moist.

Taking too many fluids can be a cause of having an extremely wet vagina. This would not be the cause of alarm as it is relatively healthy. Cases of slight discomfort can be noted but for a small group of victims.

When this condition is noted, it is advisable that you should reduce your water and general fluid intake to the recommended amount of 8 cups a day. It may never be extensive. Wet vagina for a case of too much body fluids can be characterized by watery drips from the vagina.

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Hormonal imbalances:

A healthy human body functioning can control most of the activities in the body from reflex actions, metabolisms, hormones to nerves without any interference from the outside. When the body is interfered with, it enacts it the defensive mechanism to bring the body back into normalcy.

However, this may not always be seen as a reversal of some process could be almost undoable.

When the hormonal balances in the body are disturbed, some of the hormones can be in high amounts while other are in small quantities.

Imbalances in hormones like noradrenaline can cause secretion of adrenaline hormone which triggers orgasms. When these hormones are in large amounts, the vagina is expected to be wet all through because hormone responsible for an orgasm has been producing hence a wet vagina.

Causes:

The body is naturally balanced. Its hormonal release is well regulated. However, this can change over time due to;

  • Inadequate supply of nutrients from the body.
  • Toxic influence.
  • Inordinate stress.
  • Symptoms of hormonal imbalance:

How can I know that my partner is suffering from hormonal imbalance? Here are a few greenlights to help you note a case of hormonal imbalance in your partner;

  • Decreased/increased libido.
  • Mood swings.
  • Fibroids.
  • Fibrocystic breasts.
  • Breast tenderness.
  • Painful periods.
Treatments:

Treatment of hormonal imbalance would usually be varying with references to the causes. Usually, the imbalanced hormone can be provided externally.

Eflornithine, flibanserin, thyroid hormone therapy, testosterone therapy, metformin and anti-androgen medications are the well-known solutions to hormonal imbalance.

There are well-known means that can treat hormonal imbalance at home. Yoga is believed to help balance hormones in the body and can work as a cure for this conditions.

Other remedies include; eating well, removing of unwanted hormonal effects on the body physically like shaving beards and as a solution to wet vagina, you try to keep your vagina dry by taking a bath twice a day and keeping your vagina clean.

Changing birth control pills, using a vagina wand and trying the above home remedies can help reduce the wetness of a vagina.

References:

https://www.epainassist.com/pelvic-pain/vagina/what-causes-vagina-to-be-wet-and-moist

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