Common Questions and Answers about Creamy vaginal discharge
yes, your body is trying to adjust to a huge change in your hormones, it is going to take a while for your endocrine system to figure out that yeah, everything is fine.
The white discharge is nothing to worry about.
i had that <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>creamy</span> yellow/brown discharge the last time i had my period. it started like a day after my period ended. it would only be when i wiped and it would look kinda like snot (i know gross), but thats the way it looked. if you have a fishy oder, then i would consult your doctor, even if you dont if you are concerned ask your doctor what it could be. mine didnt smell, i just had it about 4 days after my period was over then it went away.
Period, dryish <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>discharge</span>, then wet when fertile and then dryish again right before her period? Is that correct? If it is correct then does very wet discharge before her period and during the time that she expects her period a sign of pregnancy? My discharge is very slippery/wet has a slight smell I've never experienced before and is on the whitish/yellowish side. I am expecting my period, a day late, and was wondering if this could be a sign of pregnancy.
Between few days after menses and ovulation a woman may have white <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>creamy</span> mucus <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>discharge</span> which may appear sticky. In a woman with 28-day cycle there may be creamy mucus on days 7-11, and days 17-26.If there is any periodical odorless white milky dischargefrom the vagina it is normal occurrence. This fluid is usually to get rid of old and worn out vaginal wall cells. The consistency of this discharge may vary based on your menstrual cycle and hormone changes.
I have not had any vaginal problems until I started taking the pill. I have had <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>discharge</span> off and on. <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>creamy</span> and white. Not usually any odor, but now it's awful. Smells like someone died. I am very concerned that people can smell it. Could it be caused by the birth contro pills. I've had issues before with constant yeast infections that would not go away. But when I ended the relationship and got off the pill 5 years ago, they stopped. I haven't has any problems til now.
I have also had an increase in discharge below. I read that you get increased discharge during pregnancy due to the hormones. As long as you aren't itchy or having a burning sensation then it should be fine.
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