Is Blue Waffle Real?

Is blue waffle real? This question deserves some attention. The stories about the “blue waffle” infection and some terrifying photos can be seen anywhere on the web, so it is quite understandable that people are concerned and even a bit scared. It is still unclear whether the blue waffle infection is a real one or not. It appears to be similar to vaginitis, but why is it called “the blue waffle” then? Why isn’t it just called “vaginitis”?

Blue Waffle

The name itself sounds a kind of silly. “Waffle” is a slang name for vagina. Using slang for a disease name is not appropriate and this just causes more doubt. Another question is why it is called “waffle”, if we know that it can affect men, too. Blue Waffle causes remain a mystery. However, some sources claim that the immune system has a great role in preventing this disease. Well, this is something we all know, right? Immune system is crucial for everyone’s health and if it gets weak, the body will be prone to any infection. That means that the blue waffle infection is not the only infection that can be caused by weak immune system. In fact, weak immune system is not the cause; it can only make the body unable to fight any infection. It is more probable that the causes of this infection are bacteria and poor hygiene. Unprotected sexual intercourses and bad hygiene can lead to this infection, but it is the case with other sexually transmitted diseases, too.

Itching and vaginal inflammation are the common symptoms. Vagina will change its color after a while and this is where the word “blue” comes from. Vaginal discharge will change its color and smell. Now, it seems that these symptoms usually go away spontaneously. However, is it smart to wait for that to happen?

If you have any of these symptoms, you should not be surfing the net and asking questions about the blue waffle disease. You need to see your doctor and solve the problem as soon as possible. You should not panic, but you should not wait either. Even if the blue waffle disease is a real one, knowing about it won’t help you treat it properly. Your doctor is the only one who can help you here. In the meantime, take good care of your hygiene and avoid unprotected sexual intercourses. In fact, you should avoid any sexual intercourses until the symptoms are gone.