Vaginal Discharge - Caused by a C-Section


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xcessive vaginal discharge can occur after a C-section delivery. During a cesarean, blood circulation and nerves to the uterus are severed, resulting in an enlarged vagina and damaged clitoris that become desensitized followed by shrinking and scaring.

C-sections cut the vagal sensory nerves in the pelvic area (clitoris, uterus, cervix and vagina), which are responsible for transduction of sex organ stimulation to the dopamine-hypothalamus-pituitary axis necessary for the release of oxytocin that is essential for vaginal lubrication, relaxation and orgasmic responses. Normally, stimulation of the pelvic area and sex organs (including the breasts) will ignite the dopamine-hypothalamus-pituitary-ovarian function via the vagal sensory nerves.  Bikini-cut, C-sections remove the vagal nerves. The removed nerves may re-grow, but they will take years to reconnect across the surgery scars and back to the blood vessels.



In an attempt to balance the nerve relay between uterus, cervix, clitoris, vagina and the hypothalamus-pituitary gland, an abnormal release of hormones (progesterone, estrogen, androstenedione, testosterone, DHT) occurs, producing excessive vaginal wetness or discharge.

Months after a C-section, the surgical scars form within the uterus block the blood circulation and reduce the storage capacity of the sex hormone. During sleep, sex hormones are produced and stored in the uterus for daytime usage. Therefore, a C-section patient should try to have sex in the morning when her hormone levels in both the blood stream and uterus are still high.

Women who have had a C-section have had the vaginal afferent nerves from the uterus and cervix damaged. Traumatic outcomes affect the normal regulation of parasympathetic and sympathetic nerves with many sex hormones (such as oxytcoin, DHEA, testosterone, estrogen and progesterone) that can result in various side effects:

  • Pelvic pain
  • Headaches
  • Vaginal numbness
  • Frequent urination
  • Pain during intercourse
  • Depression
  • Panic attacks
  • Thigh numbness
  • Constipation
  • Excessive sweating

In order to rejuvenate the damaged vaginal and uterine nerves, try to massage the lower abdomen, mainly the pubis and acupuncture point, Dan-Tien, which is located at the middle point between the belly button (navel or  umbilicus) and surrounding clitoris area. Also, herbs from Botanical Remedy For Clitoral & Vaginal Repair help stimulate the dopamine-hypothalamus-pituitary-ovarian axis, providing essential growth factors and neurotransmitters that help recover after breastfeeding.


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Botanical Remedy For Clitoral & Vaginal Repair

This formula is based on ancient Chinese Medicine methods of promoting the secretion of female hormones and enhancing sexual response and sensitivity. The herbs in this formula can increase clitoral stimulation by improving blood circulation to the... Read more
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