White Discharge During Pregnancy: Main Causes and What To Do

Having a white discharge during pregnancy is common and considered normal, as it normally occurs due to the changes that happen in the body during pregnancy. However, if the discharge is followed by other symptoms, such as pain or burning sensation when urinating, itchiness or foul smell, it can also be a sign of infection or inflammation in the genital area, and it is therefore important to visit a gynecologist, to get a correct diagnosis and adequate treatment. It’s important that the cause of the discharge be identified and treated - in serious cases - to avoid complications during pregnancy, which can place the baby in danger, or to prevent the baby from getting infected during labor. The main causes of white discharge during pregnancy include: 1. Hormonal changes A white odorless discharge during pregnancy is absolutley normal and happens due to the pregnancy hormonal changes. Therefore, this type of discharge it is not a reason to worry. In addition, it is normal for the expectant mother to notice more discharge as the pregnancy progresses due to the increasing pressure on the uterus.  What to do: normally no treatment is necessary, however, it's important that the expectant mother continually checks if there are other signs or symptoms that could indicate an infection, such as foul smell, itchness or pain. If so, it is recommended to visit a doctor, so a diagnosis can be done and adequate treatment started. 2. Candidiasis Candidiasis is…

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Most Economical Ways to Decorate Walls Without Levelling

Looking at designer interiors, we dream of a similar space. The desire disappears when you start to monitor the prices for finishing materials, decorative elements and other little things. Sadly, this kind of repair turns the apartment into a battlefield, because you have to beat off the old plaster, apply a new one, level the walls ... And if we do without such complications, but to make a designer repair? Let's figure out how to decorate the walls in a house or cottage to feel like the celebrity of glossy magazines. So here is a list of 9 Most Economical Ways to Decorate Walls Without Levelling. 1. The Aesthetics of Brick and Concrete Walls can be made free of decorative coatings and left in their original form. This applies to apartments as well as private homes. Concrete or brick surfaces are decorative in their own way, as the loft-style successfully proves.It is not necessary to turn your apartment into an industrial-looking room - an accent on one wall or part of it is enough.https://2b2007019fe2fd20b22c393b2eaea98c.safeframe.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-37/html/container.html Bumps and cracks can be accentuated with contrasting paint: just apply it to the holes, and remove the excess with sandpaper. To keep the walls from dusting and crumbling, paint them. This technique is also suitable for ceilings. The step, of course, is bold, but with the right approach,…

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Eliminate All Stuck Stools and Deflate Your Belly With a Single Spoonful of This Magical Remedy!

Eliminate All Stuck Stools and Deflate Your Belly With a Single Spoonful of This Magical Remedy! We αre mαny who dreαm from dαy to dαy to hαve αn ideαl body; Thin legs, flαt belly, αrms without fαt αccumulαtion, αmong other αspects. Todαy we wαnt to show you how it is possible to αchieve αll this, without the need to spend hours in the gym, stop eαting whαt you like or hαve to undergo expensive surgicαl treαtments. Then find out whαt the powerful nαturαl remedy for belly disinflαmmαtion is αnd give your body the ideαl look you’ve αlwαys dreαmed of! See below how to prepαre thαt powerful nαturαl remedy to deflαte the belly with just ‘2 ingredients! Belly With a Single Spoonful Nαturαl remedy to belly disinflαme bαsed on 2 ingredients: Lemon αnd chiα! It is the only thing you will need to prepαre this incredible nαturαl remedy to deflαte the belly. The lemon shαke αnd chiα seeds are αble to give you α the huge number of benefits for your heαlth. Lemon is filled with αnti-virαl αnd αntioxidαnt ingredient, which helps our bodies completely debug αnd mαintαin αll kinds of diseαses αwαy from him. In αddition, the high fiber content present in the lemon is αble to eliminαte αll kinds of toxins housed in our orgαnism. The chiα meαnwhile is α little full…

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Top 6 Causes of Yellow Discharge after Period
Top 6 Causes of Yellow Discharge after Period

Top 6 Causes of Yellow Discharge after Period

Yellow Discharge Period It is normal for a woman to have a vaginal Yellow Discharge Period. The color of this discharge ranges from clear white to yellowish-brown. This discharge is secreted by a gland in the vagina and in the cervix (neck of the womb). WHAT DOES yellow discharge mean? If you see a yellow stuff coming out of your vagina it could mean you have an infection or it is just your cervical mucus mixed with light blood. It is important to note that vaginal discharge is not completely white. And the color of the toilet roll you use can also make your discharge appear yellow. ​ when is yellow discharge normal? A normal discharge shouldn’t have a foul smell like fish odor or rotten meat. It is not itchy and does not cause any pain or irritation at the vaginal opening. It also doesn’t cause any pain during sex or while urinating. A normal yellowish secretion should have a mild or no smell.​ Causes of Yellow brown discharge After Period Aside from having a mucus slightly mixed with blood which is normal. Here are the other possible causes of yellowish discharge after period: 1. Increased Estrogen An  imbalance in the female hormones estrogen and progesterone affects the reproductive organs and the way they function. Estrogen dominance means you have more than…

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Milky White Discharge: What It Really Means

Is white milky vaginal discharge or secretion normal and when should you be worried? This discharge is usually seen in early pregnancy, before period and it is usually odorless. Keep reading to find out all the reasons you could have a thick creamy or milky white discharge coming out of your vagina. What does a Vaginal Discharge mean? A healthy discharge ranges from clear to white in colour. And It is usually non-itchy and has a mild or no smell to it. The vagina cleanses itself from bacteria and dead cells by this common whitish discharge.​ It is common and normal to produce an odorless discharge that is milky in early pregnancy, before period and during pregnancy.  A discharge with odor indicates the presence of an infection. The consistency could be thin, thick or watery depending on what stage of menstrual cycle you are in. ​So what does milky white secretion mean? reasons for a CREAMY White Discharge? ​ 1. Protect the Uterus, Cervix, Vagina from bacteria A milky whitish or creamy discharge is healthy and it is a normal occurrence. Its main function is to protect the vagina and cervix from bacteria and wash away dead cells. This discharge is mostly produced at the top of the cervix. Image Via Medscape The role of this discharge is to keep the vagina moist, clean, and protect…

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White Chocolate Lava Cake

White Chocalate Lava Cake Ingredients: White Chocolate 115g Butter 115g Powdered Sugar 110g 3 Eggs 1 egg Yolk 6 tbsp of wheat floor (90g) 1/2 tbsp of Baking Powder Grated Lemon Zest How to make: First mix the baking powder with the bread crumbs and sift through a sieve and set aside. Then add some butter and butter to the white chocolate and melt it in a double boil. Now add 2 eggs and egg yolk and whisk well until stirred. Then add powdered sugar and whisk by hand until the sugar dissolves. Then add some wheat flour and grated lemon peel and whisk until well mixed. Then take 4 buttered Porcelain Cake Cups,Silicon Cake Cups or Aluminum Foil Cups and distribute the cake mixture evenly between them. Bake in a preheated oven at 200c°/400F° for 12-15 minutes, remove from the cake cups and serve hot.

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Garlic & Herb Sautéed Potatoes With Samphire

What do you do with left-over Jersey spuds? For one, you can store them in the fridge overnight and make some sauteed potatoes with them the next day. Here, we’ve spruced ours up with some seasoning and fried them off in rapeseed oil. Leaving us with some delicious crispy gems to devour. As for flavour, it’s the rich fertile earth of Jersey which gives Jersey Royals their unique taste. It would be a crime not to enjoy them as much as you can when they’re in season. They’re sweet and summery, so can make for a very memorable dish. We’ve paired our Jerseys with some seasonal herbs and veg too. Samphire is an incredible vegetable. When raw, it tends to be quite salty so it’s often steamed for a few minutes before serving. It’s actually a sea vegetable (hence the salt) so it’s traditionally served with seafood. However, it can make a perfect addition to salads and potato dishes like this one. The complimentary flavours of samphire, fragrant fresh mint and spices are incredible. This seasonal dish is super easy to make and is great for summer barbecues, or any time of year in fact… 280g Jersey Royal potatoes, pre-cooked and chilled overnight.1 crushed garlic clove or 1/2 teaspoon of garlic puree1/2 teaspoon cumin1/2 teaspoon ground coriander1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepperA few grinds of…

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7-Ingredient Festive Vegan Wreath with “Turkey”, Cranberry & Stuffing

Give my delicious festive vegan wreath a go for a seasonal centrepiece that’s sure to be the talk of the table!It’s much simpler than it looks – my delicious festive vegan wreath is tasty, easy and requires only seven ingredients! Layered with sweet cranberry sauce, tasty sage and onion stuffing and seasoned vegan ‘turkey’, this recipe is a lovely combination for any vegan Christmas dinner or Sunday roast. For decoration, I used a star-shaped biscuit cutter to make eight stars from pastry cut-offs – this reduces food waste and makes the wreath super festive. If you don’t have time to read the recipe now, PIN it or bookmark this page.christmas-vegan-wreathHow do you make this ‘meaty’ vegan wreath vegan?Puff pastry:As you’ll know, traditional puff pastry recipes aren’t vegan. They require butter, but you can easily sub this out for a dairy-free alternative. There are plenty of benefits to going dairy-free – if you fancy reading more, then check out this article.   When choosing a vegan butter for this kind of baking, then you’ll want to select one that acts very similarly to dairy butter blocks. My current favourites are: Vegan Block by NaturliFlora’s Plant ButterBoth have a lovely flavour and work fantastic in cooking and baking. Also, I believe Stork’s Original Baking Block (not their margarine) is vegan. As much as I love…

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How To Make A Turkey

If you've never made a turkey before you're in the right place... The first thing I will tell you about making a turkey is that if you are making a frozen one, you will need to defrost it in your refrigerator for a few days before you make it! So first things first, read any and all labels on your turkey before you remove the packaging. I like to grab my camera and snap a pic of the directions that are on the plastic outer wrapping of the turkey and also the tag that shows the weight of my turkey. This is just so later when I am figuring out how many hours to bake it, I don't have to dig in the trash for the label (hey, we've all been there!).  So get that turkey in the fridge and on a pan so it can defrost. I usually put mine on a broiler pan in the fridge in case of any leakage. Use whatever pan you have that fits in your fridge and has a raised edge. When you are ready to bake your turkey the first thing you should do is get the pan ready for the turkey, since once you open the packaging, you're gonna need to get that turkey on the pan pretty fast.  I use the bottom section of a…

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Make It At Home: Sicilian Pizza

I'm a huge fan of Sicilian Pizza. For years I only bought it at my favorite pizza parlors, meanwhile at home I made my own Neapolitan Pizza so often that I had it down to a science!  But why had I never attempted to make that beautiful, thick, cheesy Sicilian pizza at home? I have no idea. Maybe I thought it was some secret recipe that was difficult or required professional expertise or pizza shop secrets. But then one day I realized that if I could make stellar homemade Neapolitan then I should also be able to make homemade Sicilian too, so why not give it a shot? And so I began trying out various Sicilian pizza recipes at home, all the while making my own little changes here and there, until I landed up with a Sicilian pizza recipe that is not only delicious, but easy and quick to make. I make the dough entirely in my electric stand mixer, but you can mix it by hand as well.  You will need a large rectangular baking pan with a raised edge, which is one of the essentials for this recipe.  Give it a try and let me know what you think by leaving a comment below. I'd love to know how yours turned out! Ingredients for topping: 1 1/4 cup prepared pizza sauce (we…

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What Plants Can Grow Without Drainage?

It may sound like an odd question when you consider it, so why would you want to know about plants that can grow without drainage? There may be many reasons: perhaps you want to grow plants indoors or don’t have any outdoor space? Or maybe you’ve seen a friend with their cacti and succulents, and thought you’d like to have some too! Succulents make a great choice as they are fascinating and, when you start to get into the routine, surprisingly easy to nurture. As we all know, most plants like to be watered often. Succulents – and cacti – generally grow in arid areas, so are used to very little water (we will cover the subject of watering your succulents shortly). However, they do still need watering, and this is where the problems arise when growing succulents without drainage in the container. Before we talk about why this might happen, here’s a bit more about succulents, and why they make such interesting plants. What Are Succulents? Succulents are a group of plants that have adapted to thrive in very arid locations. While they do need water, they don’t need great amounts. Like cacti, they store water in their leaves or body areas – they are sometimes known as ‘fat plants’ – giving them a fleshy appearance. Many succulents produce beautiful flowers, although this can be a difficult…

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Boneless Chicken Bites
Boneless Chicken Bites

Boneless Chicken Bites

Crispy, fried, battered chicken tossed in your favourite prepared barbecue sauce, Boneless Chicken Bites are a perfect party food. Serve with fresh veggies, dip, and lots of toothpicks. There’s no need to get your fingers dirty here! When it comes to finger foods and appetizers for game day or any other get together, nothing beats Boneless Chicken Bites! Then again, who could resist these Homemade Mozzarella Sticks, or these Baked Cauliflower Bites? And, when it comes to these types of chicken recipes, I have a lot for you to drool over. BONELESS CHICKEN BITES This is one of those recipes that I make just for myself. Whenever I find myself at home alone, especially at mealtime, I’ll make something just like this. My partner, John.e, is a vegetarian, so that’s one reason to prepare this dish when he’s away. Secondly, my daughter, McKenna, is very plain when it comes to food. If she’s going to eat chicken, she prefers to have chicken legs that are baked with just some salt and pepper. She’s not a huge fan of sauces. Unless it’s gravy. I swear, she could drink gravy! I’m the complete opposite. I absolutely love sauces of all types. In fact, I’m like that old lady in the Franks Red Hot commercials – sauce on everything! Our fridge is never void of ketchup, barbecue sauces,…

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Soft Baked Cinnamon Chip Cookies

If you love soft, cinnamon flavoured cookies, these Soft Baked Cinnamon Chip Cookies are for you! Loaded with lots of cinnamon flavour, these are quick, easy, and freezer-friendly too! You can easily scroll down and see all of the cookies. All you have to do is click on the picture of t If you’ve been reading my recipe posts for some time now, you will have read about my obsession with cinnamon chips or my obsession with cinnamon in general! I know I’ve posted it a million times on Facebook, and I’ve even had friends searching for them, but I was never able to find them. Until now. Before we get too into it, it might come as no surprise to my readers that I’m back with a third installment of Lord Byron’s 24 Cookies of Christmas. Should you be new here, let me tell you a bit about how this works. This is my third annual Christmas cookie extravaganza. Like the previous two years, I will post a brand new Christmas cookie recipe for 24 consecutive days. Yes, that means Saturdays and Sundays too! For your reference, you can find links to the first two years further down the page. Fresh off of my 12 Biscotti of Christmas series, I’m excited to get this new series started. Last year, I also did 12 Bundt Cakes…

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12 Christmas Biscotti

Anytime is a great time to enjoy a biscotti. Even so, I’ve put together a collection of 12 Christmas Biscotti recipes that has at least one flavour for every personal taste. These make great gift ideas too! ANOTHER CHRISTMAS SERIES Just a short while ago, I published a biscotti series to the blog. The series was called Lord Byron’s 12 Biscotti of Christmas. It was a series that was posted over 12 consecutive days. I’m not sure why I do these things to myself or how I get it into my head that a consecutive series is a good idea. As much as I do love it when I think of it, the keeping up with the social media aspect of a series like that is quite overwhelming. WHAT ARE BISCOTTI? Without boring you to tears, it’s rather really simple. Biscotti is a term used to describe a cookie that has been twice baked. When you make biscotti, the whole thing is first baked in a long long. It is then removed from the oven and allowed to cool until you can touch it comfortably. Then, the log is sliced into thick slices and baked once more until the sliced edges have hardened slightly. Sometimes, the biscotti are baked standing up. And, sometimes, they are baked while laying on one side, then flipped…

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Stained Glass Ornament Cookies

These beautiful Stained Glass Ornament Cookies are made with an easy rolled cookie dough, some glistening sanding sugar, and your favourite flavour of crushed Jolly Ranchers candy. Last Christmas, I shared my Christmas Tree Ornament Cookie recipe with you. Even though those cookie cutters weren’t expensive, I was determined to get a second use out of them. Stained Glass Ornament Cookies had to be a part of this countdown for that reason and more. After all, what’s not to love about these gorgeous cookies? Now, it might come as no surprise to my readers that I’m back with a third installment of Lord Byron’s 24 Cookies of Christmas. Should you be new here, let me tell you a bit about how this works. This is my third annual Christmas cookie extravaganza. Like the previous two years, I will post a brand new Christmas cookie recipe for 24 consecutive days. Yes, that means Saturdays and Sundays too! For your reference, you can find links to the first two years further down the page. Fresh off of my 12 Biscotti of Christmas series, I’m excited to get this new series started. Last year, I also did 12 Bundt Cakes of Christmas. Now, who’s ready to get started on this journey with me? Do you have all of the ingredients? Are you ready to accidentally inhale Jolly Rancher candy…

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