Underwear is most personal garment, so when buying underwear, quality of underwear must meet standard. If quality does not meet standard, it may lead to gynecological diseases. But every time women change their underwear, they always see a yellow layer on it. What it is? Why do these yellow nodules appear? Let's figure it out.What is that yellow thing on your underwear?
Yellow things are visible on underwear of many girls. It's actually a selection. People call it "white belt". Beli is normal, don't worry. Since leucorrhea is made up of substances secreted by cervical glands, it includes substances secreted by endometrial glands and the vaginal entrance glands.
Beli is a mirror of women's health. Generally speaking, leucorrhea comes in two colors: colorless and light yellow. Underwear turns yellow over time - this is normal. But if you notice a very noticeable yellow tint on your underwear, it's most likely related to your health.There are three possible causes of these yellow scabs.
First, it proves that women have more discharge, leucorrhoea contains more protein components, this will happen if they are not cleaned in time, pay attention to cleaning and observe first.
Secondly, it can also be when a woman suffers from vaginitis, due to repeated bacterial infections, leucorrhea appears as a yellow scab.
Thirdly, when a woman is late in ovulation, leucorrhoea is affected by estrogen and secretion increases, and this phenomenon will also occur. In this case, if woman does not have itching and smell, she can wash her face with warm water and change her underwear every day. If condition cannot be relieved after treatment, you should also go to hospital in time to check leucorrhea regimen, and give lotion and medicine for treatment according to results of leucorrhea test. To avoid ascending infection of vaginal inflammation, cervicitis and intrauterine infection.
The above are three causes of yellow crusting on underwear. I think everyone understands this. If you find that it is vaginitis, you must treat it in time to avoid further damage.