Menstrual pain means that it hurts in the lower abdomen, back and back end in connection with menses. The pain can also radiate into the lower back, groin and thighs.
Read more about menstruation, bleeding and flooding.
The inside of the vagina is covered with a secretion. When the secretary leaves the vagina, it is called moving. Children usually do not move from the vagina until just before the first period. Movements that are not discolored or smelly usually go away by themselves.
There are always bacteria in the vagina. Bacterial vaginosis means that there has been an imbalance among the bacteria. The most common symptom is floods that smell bad. Bacterial vaginosis is common and treated with antibiotics or antiseptics