Hello and Thank you for your replies
What I want to hear is the truth, good or bad, though what I would like to hear is the good news.
I have hesitated a lot before posting the photo so publicly, indeed,
in fact I hoped and still do that the photo won't make anyone uncomfortable.
I have done this public step so that others would relate to it as well [I have not seen much material on internet to compare mine to]
and as I said earlier, i want to know what's happening
and now in a common reply to you: spughy, rachelalle, Linnaea and delilahbeau
I have a history with vaginal area problems, and gynecologists [i visited 7 in less than 2 years].
I had a molar pregnancy meanwhile, which has no known cause - as the references say -
but to me, i think it was mainly due to the medications I have been prescribed.
I have learnt hard lessons throughout,
one of which was that doctors are trained to treat illness in a certain pharmaceutical way,
no matter how much good hearted they can be
I have learnt not to go to a doctor unless it's a major out-of-control thing
and by the way, each and every doctor prescribed to me an intimate cleanser,
as a part of a treatment for the vaginal discomfort
Now, as suggested by you, I'm going grunge not using any at all, and await the results.
But it is a fact that i had the vaginal discomfort before using any intimate cleanser at all.
You seem to agree that it is not a normal discharge, or so it seems.
I want to treat myself the natural way,
and if it turns out it has been normal all along, so much the better! the natural way doesn't harm the good thing if it's there!
so, yes to probiotics, and a definite no to antibiotics.
and will get back to supplements my nutritionist has prescribed to me earlier for general reproductive system health, consisting of coconut oil, and so and so.
and if anyone knows of any natural remedy for such infections, I would be grateful to know about it.