Tammy Broccas October 10, 2018
blue waffle

Many people have asked and really wondered what blue waffle is. Is it a disease? The main reason it is called the blue waffle is that it is said to turn the vagina to the color blue. However, it is interesting because there is no known sexually transmitted disease that turns one’s vagina blue. The condition is an overly exaggerated vaginal infection.

The blue waffle images that first popped on the internet back in 2010 created unnecessarily concerns, although there is no medical proof for the existence of such a condition. Moreover, no legit medical site has hosted the images of blue waffle that normally circulate on the internet. Even the individuals who also claimed to have had this condition are yet to come out publicly and this can only confirm that there were no such people or these images were mere photoshoped.

The condition could be an exaggeration of vaginitis, a vaginal infection that is normally caused by stress, unprotected sex, poor diet, using unclean sex toys, and insufficient lubrication during intercourse. Vaginitis creates discomforts in a woman’s life due to excessive itching, a burning sensation in the vulva and abnormal discharge. The condition can clear on its own but if it persists, antibiotics will be good to clear it faster because it controls the growth of the bacteria.

If you search on the internet, you will find that blue waffle is a condition you get due to too much sex, having too many sexual partners or use of unclean objects for masturbation. The symptoms are vaginal itching, swelling of the vaginal area, painful urination and marked vaginal discharge. However, gynecologists tend to disagree with this piece of information and feel that blue waffle is just a way of marketing by using a catchy phrase to draw people’s attention.

When should you schedule a visit to the doctor?

It is very important for everyone to be proactive in their reproductive health so that it will be easier to know when to consult a doctor. It does not matter even when you are practicing safe sex and good hygiene, you should also make a habit of checking your genitals every now and then just to see if they are having any change.

You should also consider regular doctor visits just to be on the safe side. Most gynecologists recommend one visit per year. If you are feeling any discomforts or have any of the above vaginal infection symptoms, you should plan for a visit to your doctor right away. Even when you are sure you are not suffering from the blue waffle, you should still visit a doctor without procrastinating any further…
 

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