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Updated: February 16, 2018 3:22 PM ET

Yesterday started like a relatively normal day at Coinbase , the largest U.S. exchange for buying and selling Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. The Bitcoin price was finally rising again, breaking above $10,000 for the first time in a month after a protracted crash .

But then the complaints started pouring in. Suddenly, Coinbase customers were being double-charged—and sometimes triple-charged, or even overcharged dozens of times over—for cryptocurrency purchases they’d made weeks earlier. Because the transactions were on credit and debit cards, the duplicate charges in some instances drained customers’ bank accounts and then some, generating costly overdraft fees from their banks on top of it all.

Executives at San Francisco-based Coinbase were blindsided as the company’s dedicated Reddit forum—a hotbed of customer angst—exploded with fury. One person claimed to be Purchase Your Favorite From China Nagano trousers Blue Isabel Marant Amazon Free Shipping Very Cheap gTyK7
of a total $67,000, forcing the user to close his bank account. Others complained that the duplicate charges had rendered them “broke” at the worst time: Their rent or electricity bills were due, and they had no money left to pay. Many accused Coinbase of fraud, or suggested it had been hacked.

By Thursday evening, though, Coinbase thought it had identified the culprit: (v, -0.37%) , which Coinbase said had retroactively—and without any warning—reversed and resubmitted myriad Coinbase charges under a new payments code , as demanded by the big banks, earlier this year. The so-called merchant category code (or MCC) now in effect treats Visa purchases on Coinbase as cash advances, which come with high fees from banks of as much 10%. The switch coincided with several banks’ decisions to ban credit card purchases of cryptocurrency, which may have triggered direct debits from customers’ accounts instead.

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by Anna Druet , Researcher; Science and Education Manager

Your vagina has a dynamic and finely tuned ecosystem. It includes a specific balance of bacteria, pH and moisture. This balance is sensitive to changes, from within and outside your body, and it doesn’t always take much to throw it “off.”

It’s normal to notice different types of fluid throughout your cycle—fluid changes cyclically along with your hormones, in appearance, consistency and volume. It also changes when you’re aroused and during and after pregnancy. But significant or sudden changes in the smell, color or consistency of your fluid might mean something else is going on, like an infection that needs treatment. Tracking “atypical” fluid in Clue provides a record of symptoms to give to your healthcare provider, including when the changes began, and which other factors may be related (like unprotected sex or starting a new birth control method).

It’s important to familiarize yourself with your own, unique discharge “norm”—in terms of smell, color, and changes throughout the cycle.

What’s considered “normal” vaginal discharge:

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What exactly is “atypical" or "abnormal"?”

Noticing changes in:

What causes abnormal discharge?

Abnormal discharge can happen when the vagina’s microbial community gets out of balance. This means there is a decrease in the amount of “good” microbes and an increase in “bad” microbes (or an overgrowth of something that’s usually only present in small numbers). Such imbalances can lead to conditions like (aka — the most common cause of abnormal discharge) and yeast infections () (1).

Factors that may disrupt your vaginal ecosystem include: douching and cleansing practices, sexual activity, having a new sexual partner, hormonal birth control, prolonged or irregular bleeding/spotting, use of antibiotics or steroids, certain medications, life stages (menarche, menopause, pregnancy), hormonal changes, diabetes, generally having less vaginal bacteria, and possibly smoking and diet (but more research is needed) (2–6).

Abnormal discharge can also be caused by sexually transmitted infections (STIs). The most common curable STI is Mens Coaster Red/Navy/White Trainers Gola Lowest Price Online Discount 2018 Free Shipping For Sale Looking For Online YD2Ghhh
, a parasite. Other common ones are include chlamydia and gonorrhea. Keep in mind these STIs are often asymptomatic (have no apparent symptoms), which is why testing is so important.

Rarely, abnormal discharge can be a sign of something more serious, like cervical cancer. Be sure to get your PAP tests at the recommended intervals (the recommends testing every 3 years from ages 21–65 if your results are regular, or up to every 5 years if you are co-testing for HPV).

What should I do?

Yeast infections: If you suspect you have a yeast infection, you might try an over-the-counter Buy Cheap Huge Surprise Discount Marketable Crew neck Tshirt Vegan Vodka white MC2 Saint Barth Geniue Stockist L9uRHIAAy
first. These usually come in the form of a vaginal pill/suppository or cream. If symptoms don’t go away after about a week, or if you have recurrent infections, see your healthcare provider. Yeast infections are usually not harmful, but you’ll want to be sure you don’t have something else if your symptoms don’t resolve. The application of a cold press can help to relieve itching. Note that treatments for yeast infections can weaken latex condoms and diaphragms (7).

For other symptoms , visit your healthcare provider for a test. They will look at your vulva and vagina and take a sample (swab) to be checked under a microscope, or sent for a lab test. They may also test the pH of your vagina with a simple pH-strip test.

BV may go away on its own, but will often recur, so it’s a good idea to talk to your healthcare provider about treatment. BV can create uncomfortable symptoms, and can increase the risk of contracting an STI, but it doesn’t usually lead to health complications. In some cases, though, untreated BV can lead to pelvic inflammatory disease, infection after gynecologic surgery, and pregnancy complications including miscarriage and preterm birth (8–10).

The treatment of BV or an STI like trichomonas, chlamydia and gonorrhea is usually quite simple, and may involve putting a pill or cream into your vagina for one or more days, and/or taking oral medications (ones you swallow) (7). For other causes of abnormal discharge, including other STIs, or STIs that have been left untreated and have become more complicated, more intervention may be needed. Note that many STIs do not cause symptoms, or they remain asymptomatic for a long time. This doesn’t mean they don’t need to be treated as soon as possible. Regular STI testing is crucial if you have new sexual partners.

There is mixed evidence on the use of certain foods and supplements (like yoghurt and probiotics) for restoring and/or maintaining the balance of healthy vaginal bacteria. There isn’t enough evidence to include it in formal treatment recommendations, although there may be some benefit for certain people. More research is needed (7, 11). If you have symptoms like itching and/or odor, you might be tempted to douche for relief. Resist the urge! Douching and cleansing will not help—and are likely to make things worse (12).

Keeping your vagina healthy

For prevention , keep your vagina as healthy as possible: don’t douche, keep foaming and scented soap away from your vulva (or soap altogether), and be extremely diligent about using protection with new and untested sexual partners. Use a fresh barrier tool (like a condom) if switching from anal to vaginal activity during sex. A healthy vaginal environment will make you less likely to contract an STI, and help you avoid uncomfortable symptoms and potential health complications.

Did you know?

You may be more prone to getting an STI during your luteal phase (the second part of your cycle, after ovulation), when your immune system may not be as strong (13). This happens as your body creates a environment that makes getting pregnant most possible, in which an egg can be fertilized and implant in your uterus, without your immune system getting in the way.

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