What Is Blue Waffles Disease?

While the term, “blue waffle disease,” may conjure images of a tasty breakfast, it is far from pleasant.
This infection attacks women in the vaginal area. The name actually was derived by the common slang use of the term “waffle” for “vagina.” It is easy to diagnose because it is immediately visible upon examination; however, it has not gained widespread attention to date. It is a disease that is spread through sexual activity or vaginal exposure to unsanitary objects.
Symptoms
There are actually quite a few symptoms of blue waffle disease. Like vaginitis, this infection is marked by swelling. The victim will suffer from multiple swollen welts around the vaginal opening and on the labia. In addition, she will experience burning and itching, a markedly foul smell, and visible spots.

The vaginal area and the welts that appear there will be markedly blue in color. This is a very uncomfortable, almost debilitating infection due to the prominence of its symptoms.
Causes And Preconditions As stated, blue waffle disease is often passed through sexual intercourse or if the victim has been using unsanitary objects for use during erotic behavior such as masturbation. It is believed that in order for an individual to contract blue waffle disease, she must first have damage in the vaginal area, perhaps from non lubricated sexual activity or other similar injuries. Poor hygiene that leads to a buildup of bacteria can also be a common cause. Another precondition that can lead to this disorder is a deficiency in the individual’s immune system, which can lower her defenses against infection in general.
Diagnosis
The primary symptoms of blue waffle disease, itching and fowl odors in the vaginal area, could just as easily be a symptom of vaginitis as they are of blue waffle disease, and vaginitis is far more common.
However, if you believe you have vaginitis, it is wise to see a physician who can verify this. While vaginitis will often go away on its own, blue waffles must be treated. A physician can identify the blue welts and make a positive diagnosis, and then be able to move forward with recommendations and treatment. Even if you believe that you have diagnosed yourself with this condition, it is necessary to see a doctor, not only for confirmation but for the necessary medical attention to rid yourself of the problem.
Treatment
The best treatment for blue waffle disease is always prevention. Good hygiene is key, and at all times,women should be mindful of who they choose for sexual partners. If, however, you see your doctor and it is determined that you are indeed suffering from blue waffle disease, your doctor will likely prescribe an antibiotic to kill the bacteria which have grown in your vaginal area. He will recommend that you keep the area dry and clean. He may also prescribe a medication for a yeast infection, as the vaginal discharge associated with the condition in combination with the antibiotics will potentially cause a subsequent yeast infection.

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