Most aspects of personal hygiene are common to both sex, but women also have some special considerations. These are related to the way their bodies are built as well as common lifestyle activities. Female must pay special attention to these areas, as well as overall cleanliness, as part of a thorough personal hygiene routine.Women have some special areas to consider for personal hygiene. Those who are of reproductive age have a monthly menstrual cycle, which requires more attention to cleanliness. Protection must be changed several times a day, and showering or bathing become even more important for cleanliness and odour control.
In today’s video we are gonna be talking about women’s hygiene and the different colours in your menstrual period
Bleeding pinkish detect that you may have low oestrogen levels. Especially if it’s accompanied by a lighter-than-usual flow, While this may not seem like a big deal (who hasn’t fantasized about never having to deal with a period at least once or twice?), low oestrogen levels can increase your risk of osteoporosis if it left untreated. Bleeding pinkish might also be a symptom of pregnancy or infection. Now, if you notice that your periods are suddenly lighter in colour and flow or less frequent, talk to your doctor.
ORANGE RED BLEEDING
If you are experiencing this type of bleeding, it’s a sign that you may have an infection, such as STD/STI You’ll probably also experience a really “foul, necrotic stench, and it can also be that your blood is mixing with some fluid which usually comes with a very bad odour. it’s also recommended that you go and see your doctor.
Seeing some dark brown blood at the beginning of your period or toward the end of it is nothing to worry about. You may have older bits of uterine lining and blood that are just now making their way out of your body. But don’t panic because this colour of bleeding is a super duper normal.
BRIGHT RED COLOUR
Some unusual changes in colour, thickness or clotting may indicate a blood problem that may need medical attention, If your dark bleeding comes with a lumps, its a sign that you are either having a tumour or that you are having a miscarriage, so its recommended you go see your doctor and talk about it.
Spotting is the vaginal bleeding after your menstrual period and before your next period. It can be a pink or brown spot on your underwear or toilet paper while wiping. You are experiencing spotting when you notice a few drops of blood every now and then on your underwear. The quantity is not usually enough to fill a pant liner. Spotting can occur for many reasons, ranging from normal to abnormal. This kind of bleeding might indicate a menstural inbalancing and it might also be a sign of infection. So, i’d advice you to hurry up and contact your doctor.
it is better you know the colour of your menstruation and know which is normal or not. You now know the different colours and their functions and why they come that way and if you should contact your doctor or you should ignore it and relax that it is normal.
Please contact your doctor if you have to and relax if you think it is normal.