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01: Pregnancy comes with a number of changes to your body. Vaginal itching is unfortunately part of it, and depending on its cause, you might want to get it checked out.
When a woman's pregnant, the hormones in her body change quite a bit. And this change in her normal hormonal environment can create some very benign infections, from time to time. One of the most common is yeast infections in pregnancy and they can happen. And it's completely normal. And the reason for it is because of the differences in estrogen levels in a pregnant woman versus when they're not pregnant. So, if you have vaginal itching, the most likely cause is yeast. It can be treated in pregnancy. You can treat with topical over-the-counter medications, but I would talk to your doctor. Because it's always, when you're pregnant, important to speak with your obstetrician.
So, yeast infections are very common. They can be treated safely in pregnancy. And if you find that you have a lot of itching when pregnant, please let your OB know and know that it's normal and can be treated easily.
Taraneh Shirazian, MD
Assistant Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, NYU Langone Medical Center
Is your period late? Well, that may or may not mean you're pregnant. Here is
what you should know.
So a late period does not always mean pregnancy. And the reason is that a
woman's reproductive axis and cycle is very, very sensitive. It's very finely
tuned, if you will. So, anything that's happening in your day-to-day life can
potentially throw it off. For example, you're under a lot of stress because
you have a new job, or you just moved, or you have some new relationship
change going on. All those things can throw off your cycle because your body
interprets that as a stress on your reproductive cycle.
Other things that can delay or postpone your menstrual cycle are infections.
So let's say you have the flu or some other basic infection in your body.
That also, again, because the reproductive axis is so delicate can throw off
your period. Other common things include underlying medical issues which are
either treated or untreated. Things like thyroid disease or prolactin disease
or some of the other medical issues that can occur like diabetes and things
like that. Any medical stressor or new medical condition can throw it off.
Medications that are new can also postpone or delay your period. If you're on
a birth control pill, that also can affect your period cycling. It can delay
your period. If you take other medications like Plan B, that can also delay
or change your period cycling.
So, really almost anything that sort of happens to you can affect your
menstrual cycle. And so it's important to remember that it may not be
pregnancy. You should always make sure it's not pregnancy because we always
like to know early about pregnancy, so I would do an at-home pregnancy test
and just make sure that it's not that. And then come on in, if you don't get
your period for over a month after where you would anticipate getting it. You
should come in, get checked out for all of those other underlying medical
issues, and we'll explore all the other potential things that it could be.
Taraneh Shirazian, MD
Assistant Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, NYU Langone
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