In the first few weeks, you may notice that your baby’s genitals are swollen and red, or that she has a clear, white, or slightly bloody discharge from her vagina. This is normal. It happens because she was exposed to your hormones when she was in your womb. The swelling and discharge should go away within a few weeks.
How long does a newborn girl have discharge?
Your baby girl may also have a clear, white, pink, or blood-colored discharge from her vagina. Hormones passed from mother to baby before birth cause this. This discharge should go away within 1 to 4 weeks.
Do girl babies have white discharge?
The vagina is designed to be moist, so discharge at every age is normal. Typically you will see only small amounts in infants and young children, and it is usually clear, white, or slightly yellow and odorless.
Can my 5 year old daughter have a yeast infection?
Yes, girls and boys can get yeast infections, even as toddlers. Yeast infections (also known as candidiasis) are common infections caused by Candida albicans yeast, which is a type of fungus. Most yeast infections are not contagious.
At what age can you start using feminine wash?
A. It is recommended to use from 3 years old.
When do girls start getting discharge?
About 6 months to 1 year before a girl gets her first period, her body may start to make vaginal discharge. This is normal and due to changing hormone levels. The discharge helps keep the vagina healthy. Normal vaginal discharge can have a texture that’s anywhere from thin and slightly sticky to thick and gooey.