Clear Discharge

gel like discharge

Gel-like discharge may confuse some women, although it is a normal phenomenon, occurring throughout the menstrual cycle. If you have never been interested in issues, associated with reproduction, it’s likely that you have never monitored your cervical mucus and paid no attention to its changes. Vaginal discharge resembling gel may be either a natural way in which your organism prepares to conception, or an alarming symptom of more serious conditions. So, let’s look into this phenomenon in greater detail. Read more..

Statistics show that up to 60% of women relate to the figure of 40 with apprehension when it concerns their age. By the majority of middle-aged women this figure is undeservedly considered the beginning of anility. Though our age definitely impacts our organism, there is no reason to think that after 40 our life will get worse and worse within every year.

Let us determine some simple points to keep in mind:

  • Generally in the age of 40 organism becomes more vulnerable and the consequences of harmful habits begin to show themselves. The earlier you give up smoking, drinking alcohol and overeating the better for you.

  • At 40 it is recommended to pay strong attention to your weight. İt is not only the quantity of food you need to control, furthermore you need to be selective to its quality. Thought a visit to a restaurant is a common thing to all of us, we should remember that most of dishes contain too much salt, fat, sugar and calories. The best food is fresh fruits, vegetables and water.

  • İt is known that balanced diet will help you to get everything needed to your organism. But  we have a dynamic lifestyle which doesn’t allow us to pay proper attention to the food we eat. Fortunately, scientific researches solved this problem by inventing vitamins, so you can easily include vitamins to your ration. As a matter of fact there is plenty of organic vitamins of high quality which in natural way support our health, among them:

    • Vitamin D and calcium which are extremely important for women in the period of menopause, as exactly in this period women are very susceptible to bone fractures;

    • Co-enzyme Q10 which is not produced by our organism but is very necessary to it. This vitamin is also called vitamin of youth, as it keeps our skin young;

    • Omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids are extremely important to our circulatory system and prevents heart diseases;

  • Another important thing is your attentive attitude to injuries and cold. During our young years we sometimes pay not enough attention to injuries and cold. But after 40 they require rather more attention, so you should always keep in mind that prophylaxis is the best treatment. Scientists also recommend to measure blood pressure, the level of sugar and cholesterol in your blood on a regular basis. Disclaimer of salt and caffeine, regular physical training and maintenance of normal weight is of vital importance.

  • A middle-aged woman, who desires to be healthy and beautiful should accustom herself never sacrifice sleep. Sleep is a recovery process which is necessary for the normal functioning of the immune system. Problems at work, conflicts with grown up children, the psychological boundary of the “middle-aged”, as a result you are in a constant state of emotional stress. Therefore, it is necessary to rest – at least for 15-20 minutes every three hours and have a restful sleep at night.

Summing up all the above-mentioned, we can easily ensure that the measure in which age affects our  lifestyle and our health depends on genetics for 10 % and on our attitude for 90%.

Women’s health is a definitely complicated system and unfortunately not enough care about ourselves leads to dire consequences. Let us find out what are the most widespread women’s diseases and pay attention to simple things needed to prevent them.

Heart Diseases

The most widespread reason of heart diseases, especially myocardial infarction, is narrowing and blockage of the veins that carry blood to the heart. İn period of menopause this risk rises. How to reduce the risk:

  • people with heart diseases should have more physical activities, as training increases heart rate;

  • balanced weight will be the best helper to your heart, as overweight complicates its functioning;

  • you need to fill your ration with healthy food, including vegetables, fruits, whole grain products with great amount of fiber, keeping mediterranean diet is encouraged.

  • necessary to avoid stresses, as they attack our immune system and cause enormous quantity of diseases  in human organism;

  • you should obligatorily give up smoking.


The most widespread type of cancer among women is breast cancer and lung cancer, at the same time they are the most fatal. Believing to researches some women have genetic predisposition to these diseases, but the majority of women doesn’t have this connection. How to reduce the risk:

  • smoking increases the risk that is why it is necessary to give up smoking;

  • scientific researches show that there is a group of products which protect from cancer, among them: nuts, different varieties of onions and garlic, brown algae, Japanese and Chinese mushrooms and many others. İn order to prevent cancer it is needed to fill one’s ration with these products;

  • less alcohol: proved that using alcohol leads to higher risks of breast cancer;

  • self-survey besides regular visits to doctor will help to identify cancer at early stage.


High blood pressure is a strong factor leading to insult. Risk is multiplied if anybody of relatives has coronary artery disease. How to reduce risk:

  • measuring a blood pressure more frequently will help to support a proper level of it;

  • using less salt is strongly recommended, as it provokes high pressure;

  • reduce quantity of saturated fat in food, as it provokes formation of cholesterol plaques on the walls of blood vessels;

Chronic Lower Respiratory Tract

Factors that provoke these diseases are air pollution and the higher mentioned smoking. How to reduce risk:

  • give up smoking and avoid sitting in the rooms full of smoke;

  • spend more time in fresh air and do breathing exercises which increase blood flow to the respiratory tract;

  • use only ecologically clean tools for house cleaning, try to reduce the usage of aerosols.

The Alzheimer disease

This is an irreversible and progressive disease. It gradually destroys memory and brain function. Scientists believe that the cause of this form of dementia is a combination of genetic and environmental factors, but the exact cause remains a mystery. How to reduce risk:

  • provide physical and mental activity;

  • nutrition. Eliminate from your diet foods high in cholesterol and saturated fatty acids, and also limit the intake of sweets and salt;

  • complete rest. We need to ensure that the brain cells do not accumulate toxic proteins. If a person regularly sleeps less than 5 hours a day, their level is increased by 25%.

İt is always necessary to maintain healthy lifestyle in any age, that will guarantee the absence of illnesses acquired over a lifetime.

Many women are still not aware of the fact that vaginal discharge is a natural process of cleaning the vagina. In this post, let’s understand the occurrence of the natural and clear vaginal discharge.

What is a healthy vagina?

The vagina is a route to the uterus and internal reproductive system from the outside. It has a pH and is acidic in nature. This characteristic helps to prevent the infections. Good, natural bacteria in your body are responsible for this acidic environment.

Just like saliva cleanses and stabilizes your mouth, a healthy vagina secretes normal vaginal discharge. Thus, the female reproductive system is cleansed naturally but any kind of interference in the stability of vaginal secretion creates an ambiance favourable to infection.

Normal vaginal discharge – Every female experiences normal vaginal discharge, but its frequency varies. Vaginal glands and cervix generates a fluid that flows out of the vagina daily. Normal vaginal discharge washes and lubricates the vagina and also keeps it free from germs and infection. It is clear/milky and odourless.

Causes of clear vaginal discharge

  1. Ovulation – The discharge takes place because the cervical glands are stimulated, when eggs are released by the ovaries. The secretion is generally clear and has water-like consistency. Usually, because of ovulation, vaginal discharge takes place 14 days after the menstrual cycle. Several females experience it daily around ovulation and some notice it occasionally.
  2. Among teenagers – Adolescents undergoing hormonal changes experience sessions of normal vaginal discharge. The fact is that their bodies are trying to establish a regular monthly cycle and the cervical glands get aggravated due to the alterations. This frequency slows down, once the regular periods initiate.
  3. Sexual arousal – To make your libido more comfortable and pleasurable, cervical glands get motivated causing a normal vaginal discharge. Several females experience heavy outflow during sexual arousal, which is quite normal and acts as a natural lubricant.
  4. Other factors – Emotional stress, pregnancy, breastfeeding, diet, prescribed or OTC medicines.

It is recommended that females never use douche products for the hygiene solution. It can lead to increased irritation along with other deformities. Douching removes the healthy lining of bacteria within the vagina that protects you from infection.

Features of a normal vaginal discharge

Consistency of fluid depends on ovulation, menstrual period, sexual activity, breastfeeding and much more. The aspects of clear vaginal discharge are:

  • Colour – Discharge colour spectrum ranges from milky white to entirely transparent. It is most obvious around ovulation and less perceptible after menstruation.
  • Thickness – Normally, it must be thin, but gets a little thick around ovulation. Even breastfeeding mothers perceive their fluid getting thicker.
  • Odour – It is odour-free and any deviation will need to be checked by your doctor.
  • Amount – It is difficult to measure the volume because it varies. It depends on the individual’s genetics, physical and sexual activity along with other factors.

Visit your doctor if you have any of the following symptoms:

  • Pain in your belly area or pelvis
  • Discomfort while urinating or during libido
  • Itching
  • Swelling
  • Bad odour
  • Discharge is yellow, green, or grey coloured
  • Looks foamy
  • Rash or sores
  • Unexplained weight loss

A mixture of these symptoms can generate many diseases like bacterial vaginitis, trichomoniasis, Gonorrhoea, genital warts and yeast infection. Therefore, get diagnosed professionally along with proper prescribed treatment.