Green discharge yeast

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Green discharge is an infection usually Bacterial vaginosis, Trichomoniasis,Yeast infection,Chlamydia or Gonorrhea. Reguardless of which it is you need to be seen ASAP.
So im 9 week 2 day and I know its gross but I just went to the toilet and when I whipped there was a light green discharge it wasn't alot and didnt smell? Should I go to the docs or is it normal?
8weeks prego having green yellowish discharge should i be worried abt this
All of a sudden, after my trip from Italy, I started experiencing this itchy discharge. I figured it was a yeast infection. Time passed and that white discharge got thicker and thicker, and now it is to the point that it is this yellow green color that literally covers my panties. If i go into the bath and squat (Im sorry this may be disgusting) to clean myself, i take out chunks and chunks of this discharge from inside the vagina. This cannot be normal.
) In the year leading up to my positive HPV test I had reoccurring yeast infections and possibly bacterial vaginosis. I do remember having a green discharge at one point. I was called in diflucan, metrogel and tindamax at various times. Looking back I'm now wondering if he gave me another STD in addition to the HPV. According to him and the timeline, my infections don't match up with his one night stand. I just stumbled across green discharge being associated with HPV?
My period is about to start for this month, so i was wearing a small pad just in case. I noticed though that my discharge had changed a little. Its a yellow/green color and its sticky like mucus or snot, and it doesn't normally smell, it just smells like my discharge normally does. The only time it ever smells is if i've been wearing the pad all day or for a long time. When it does smell the only think i can think of is sweaty gym socks if you know what i mean.
nothing to worry about not an std, just ur body and ur partners body together causes a PH inbalance and the good bacteria in the vagina die and the bad bacteria take over. thats the smell and discoloured discharge. green discharge is also a sign of high fertility. hope this helps.
Hmmm gets me worried.
My Dr has sugested using an over the counter yeast infecton kit - he has done no testing but said some times the yeaST CAN GROW TO A POINT THAT IT BEGINS A DIFERANT BACTERIAL INFECTION WICH CAN TURN THE DISCHARGE GREEN. iF YOU HAVENT TRIED ANYTHING FOR A YEAST INFECTION mAYBE TRY THAT. ALSO i HAVE HEARD THAT SOMETIMES IF U PUT PLAIN YOGURT ON A TAMPON (GROSS I KNOW) AND INSERT IT ONLY WHEN U R SLEEPING IT HELPS TO KILL THE YEAST WICH IS INFECTING YOU.
Hi Im 20 year old and I have yellow green discharge without smell im so worried about that is that normal?first my discharge is look like cottage cheese I go to OB Already they said i have yeast infection they gave me vaginal table for 6 days after the medication my discharge become liquid then turns to yellow green color. Please help me i need a best answer to this problem.
I think it's an infection not an std kus I haven't had sex recently .. And I don't think the ichyness would go away if it was an std ...
Hey everybody can any of you please tell me if you had any light green discharge during pregnancy..
It was almost clear green. The next day, the green was gone. The following day, the green returned as a yellowish-green. Is this a serious matter? I have never had an std, or any kind of feminine problems, well, except in menopause during which time I had unusually heavy bleeding. Otherwise, I've never had bad cramping, and could time my periods almost to the minute. There is an unusual smell, but I wouldn't describe it was "foul.
That happened to me yesturday and i waz thinking it had to do with yeast inffection,i had a yeast inffection last month so i feel like am having one again=(,i waz thinkibg it waz cuz of the yeast infection..
it absolutely won't be GREEN!!..... U may wannaget that checked up tho..
I am now 5 days late for my period and this morning when I got up to go to the bathroom, I had an odourless yellow/green watery discharge coming from my vagina. I have unprotected sex with my boyfriend and the past yesterday and today we had sex and it hurt, and the feeling it was like is when you've done exercise and the next day you're feeling a bit sore. Do you have any idea as to what it might be? Thanks.
I am now 5 days late for my period and this morning when I got up to go to the bathroom, I had an odourless yellow/green watery discharge coming from my vagina. I have unprotected sex with my boyfriend and the past yesterday and today we had sex and it hurt, and the feeling it was like is when you've done exercise and the next day you're feeling a bit sore. Do you have any idea as to what it might be? Thanks.
my 8yr old daughter has had green and brown vaginal discharge with pain redness and alot of itching for about three weeks, over the three weeks it has become a heavy amount of discharge. The doctor did a culture, which showed, gram positive strep, nothing else. Then he sent her to an obgyn when he examined her it was still very red and irritated with several blisters, so then he cultured it and that came back positive staph.
I think we have a lot of 'strange' things happen like this discharge you describe while pregnant. Generally, green or yellowish discharge is a sign of infection. But again, in pregnancy, things can just look odd in that department. If it is thick and itchy, then perhaps a yeast infection is happening. I realize this wasn't very helpful. sorry!
I am 21 weeks as of today and my discharge has changed color its always been a creamy white color now it looks yellowish green...is this normal?
o A thick, white, itchy, cottage cheese-like non-odorous discharge is often caused by a yeast infection. Common Causes of an Abnormal Vaginal Discharge * Vaginitis: Vaginitis is a general term that means "vaginal inflammation." Vaginal discharge and genital itching are the symptoms of vaginitis. Vaginitis may occur because of chemical irritation (e.g. excessive douching, or excessive use of over the counter yeast medication) or vaginitis may have an infectious cause.
Did you have any symptoms of a yeast infection or any odor? I have a yellowish-green discharge on most days and I just came back from seeing a specialist and he said it's normal. That most women have an increased amount of discharge during pregnancy & that it could vary in color. He said as long as there is no burning, itching, or pain and since my tests have come back clear..
Sometimes I noticed the discharge to be very yellowish or even green and sometimes kinda lumpy/clotish. I would also get itchy from time to time. I used a yeast infection otc treatment and that didn't help at all so I attributed the itching to dry skin from constantly wearing a pad. I'm a little nervous about actually going to the dr. again because the last time wasn't so enjoyable. Is this normal or does it need seriously addressed? And is it something that should prevent me from having sex?
I had protected vaginal sex with a female and the next day received oral with a condom on this happen about 7 days ago. The past 3 nights ive woken up with discharge on the tip of my penis. Its not green or white more like clear and just a little bit. Not sure what this is, ive never had this problem before when should i go get tested?
I have yellow and a tiny bit green discharge. Also positive for UTI took full round of anti-botics and 5 gross yellow dye pain pillow. Still hurts a little bit to urinate. But the big thing is this gushing, yellow watery discharge with no smell. It soaks threw my panty liner and pants. Hurts to sit down, tiny itch not much. When it comes out it's in a warm gush, like I peed. it's not like discharge normally it. This looks like pus and water , but you cant see through it.
I've been checked for yeast infection (no signs of it other than the color of the discharge) so yes, it's completely normal. I'll be 24 weeks friday & some days are worse than others, but unfortunately I have to deal with it lol - I just change my panty liner frequently..
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