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Vulvo-vaginal infection caused by a fungus (most often Candida albicans) that is physiologically present in the vagina.
An imbalance in the vaginal flora (due to taking antibiotics for example) or a change in vaginal pH results in local proliferation of the fungus.
The symptoms are intense itching and granular white discharge.
Increase in blood loss during menstruation without change in the duration of the menstruation.
I have a headache, what should I do?
Headaches should not be accompanied by other symptoms, such as sudden increase in edema (swelling), "floaters" in front of the eyes, ringing in the ears, nausea, vomiting, irritability and/or pain in the upper part of the stomach.
If you experience several of these symptoms, consult your physician quickly as this could indicate a pregnancy-related disease: pre-eclampsia.
Practical advice if you are only experiencing a headache:
I have the flu (common cold, sore throat, cough, etc.) without fever, what should I do?
The common cold is not dangerous for the baby. You can consult your family physician.