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Can Beet Juice Change The Color Of Your Vagina Fluids?

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Posted on Fri, 2 Oct 2020
Question: Can beet juice change the color of your vagina fluids?
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Answered by Dr. Sree Gouri SR (2 hours later)
Brief Answer:
Usually not

Detailed Answer:

Hi, Thanks for the query.
I can understand your concern.

The color of the vaginal fluids is not usually influenced by the intake of colored juices or foods.
The juice or food taken by mouth will get digested and waste material will be excreted from the intestines.
Sometimes this can color the urine and stools, but not the vaginal secretions.

As usually vaginal secretions are formed by the mix of fluid from glands like Bartholin, cervical mucus and cells of the vaginal tissue etc, local material, the color of the juices or food items usually do not affect the vaginal secretions.

Sometimes Intermenstrual spotting or cervical erosion, etc. conditions can cause brown color vaginal discharge.
So, if the abnormal vaginal discharge persists, better to get examined.

Hope I have answered your question. And I will be happy to answer any further follow up questions.
Regards
Dr.S.R.Sree Gouri

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Can Beet Juice Change The Color Of Your Vagina Fluids?

Brief Answer: Usually not Detailed Answer: Hi, Thanks for the query. I can understand your concern. The color of the vaginal fluids is not usually influenced by the intake of colored juices or foods. The juice or food taken by mouth will get digested and waste material will be excreted from the intestines. Sometimes this can color the urine and stools, but not the vaginal secretions. As usually vaginal secretions are formed by the mix of fluid from glands like Bartholin, cervical mucus and cells of the vaginal tissue etc, local material, the color of the juices or food items usually do not affect the vaginal secretions. Sometimes Intermenstrual spotting or cervical erosion, etc. conditions can cause brown color vaginal discharge. So, if the abnormal vaginal discharge persists, better to get examined. Hope I have answered your question. And I will be happy to answer any further follow up questions. Regards Dr.S.R.Sree Gouri