Vaginal mycosis

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.




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:


Sore throats

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.

Practical advice:

  • Drink lots of fluids (water, herbal tea)
  • For example, for coughs: thyme tea with honey and lemon
  • For example, for colds: inhalation, seawater spray