Milky vaginal discharge

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When i m sexually aroused i used to get water colour vaginal discharge. Now I notice that it is a milky discharge but not smelly and have the same taste. Is it natural to have milky discharge when aroused even though I used to have it watery discharge or could it be sthg bad? Pls advise. Thank you & B. Regards.
I haven't had my period yet but have in the last few days had a white milky vaginal discharge. I have no pain/itching. The discharge is fairly thin in consistency but as there is quite a lot at times I have to change pantyliners several times a day. I've read previously on this forum that it could be a sign of pregnancy and although I realise I can still get pregnant while breast feeding I have had unprotected sex once during the last 2 months.
Where is this discharge coming from? Vaginal discharge milky white in colour isn't unheard of, nor does it really mean a bad thing. Females get this at various times in their cycle and in varying amounts.
Hi, I'm about 5 weeks pregnant and just saw a white milky vaginal discharge what is it and is it normal during pregnancy?
It felt as if I had to go, but then only a little would come out, and it burned. Sometimes, I'd pulse and a milky discharge like seminal fluid would come out. I've been tested for STDs and had none. Currently, I'm not sexyually active, and have not been for over 10 months. Off and on, I'll have the symptons. Sitting here, I felt this pulsing, and some discomfort. I'm on a somewhat high protien diet. Other than that, there's no other reason.
I'm a 50 year old woman still having my cycle. I have milky runny discharge that is very unpleasent. This discharge does not have a smell. I can be standing and wow! I haven't any warning at all. I feel as though I have to wear a tampon or sanitary napkins daily. Help!
At the time of menopause, the periods stop and never come back--which is joyful news for lots of people! If the thick milky discharge is vaginal--it is likely to be a yeast infection. Those are very common, and probably the most common type of infection that I see in your age group. Those are easily treated with medications. If you don't want to go in to your doctor right away, you can try one of the over-the-counter yeast therapies. If it doesn't work, you ought to be checked! Good luck!
But anyways, the discharge I have is milky white discharge. No odor. But lotsof it. I can push it out onto my fingers. I am 40 days late for my period but blood work and ultra sounds say no to pregnancy.
i started my 20th week... and i have a white milky vaginal discharge...
The consistency of this discharge may vary based on your menstrual cycle and hormone changes. Abnormal production of milky discharge from the vagina may be seen in bacterial infections occurring within the vaginal tract or around the cervix if there is itching, pain during intercourse; burning sensation around vagina etc.For more queries and assistance a clinical examination may be necessary. Keep me posted. Take care and regards!
I keep looking up vaginal discharge because i have large amounts of it but everyone says its okay unles its chunky well mine becomes chunky is this telling me somthing?
Hey everyone. I'm 33 weeks and having a lot of vaginal discharge. Is this normal in this stage??
I am 12 wks pregnant and have white milky smell vaginal discharge whats the problem?
Hello i fell pregnant at the age of 16 and i started getting vaginal discharge a white milky thick discharge. After i had my son it never went away. Always have to wear a pantyliner, most times change it twice daily. My doctor said it would go away after having my baby. Ive jut had my second baby and still have the discharge. Im 21 now, been a year since i gave birth to my second. The discharge isn't smelly it hasn't changed in the amount. Its makes me feel really uncomfortable, dirty and yuk.
Hello, Excessive white vaginal discharge can be due to inflammation or congestion of the vaginal mucosa. It can occur estrogen imbalance, vaginal infections or STD’s. I would suggest you to consult a gynecologist and get a pelvic examination and swab culture done to confirm the diagnosis. Treatment depends on the confirmation of diagnosis. It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided.
I am having vaginal discharge, odor and itching. I have used a vineger douche and taken a otc remedy for yeast infection. Yet still I am having this problem. What can I do? The odor is very strong to the point my boyfriend even mentioned it after sex one day.
If you are unhealthy in that area, the vagina will let you know through strong, pugnent smells to having an intense itch or burning to yellow/green/milky/or lumpy discharge. If the lumpy discharge is accompanied by an itch or irritability than you very well MAY have a yeast infection. The best thing to do is see your doctor who can check you and rule out any infections. For the time being, you should stop having sex with your boyfriend until you can speak to your doc.
i have vaginal discharge everyday, whiteish/clear and white or yellow when it dries. but my question is it normal? and also is it normal that even though i get the discharge throughout the day, when its time for me and my boyfriend to get "intimate" why do i find myself so dry "down there" ? its really embarassing when we have to get out the lotion before sex and im only 19years old. is that normal?
I am now almost one week into my missed period, it was meant to be due on the 16/04, i had sex with my bf on the 7/04 and have had pink brownish very light spotting which lasted a few days. The past 2 days i have been having white milky vaginal discharge, im so worried. I've taken 2 pg tests, one done on the 18/04 during the day and was negative and the second one done today 21/4 with first morning urine and came negative. Im really stressed out and worried, WHAT IS GOING ON WITH MY BODY??
But the trouble is, many Labor and Deliveries have no MD right there to see patients with complaints such as vaginal discharge. It takes an advanced practitioner to diagnose and prescribe treatment for a possible infection. So see your doctor if you are worried about this. No one on the internet can tell you that this is completely normal, or not. What happens to one person may not be the same as what is happening to you.
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