Creamy vaginal discharge

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Avatar f tn 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.
Avatar n tn I noticed last night I have a creamy yellow vaginal discharge. There is no odour or itching. What could this be?
Avatar n tn Period, dryish discharge, 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.
Avatar f tn These past two days I've had a white vaginal discharge. No pain at all or anything. It doesn't really scare me because I'm not feeling uncomfortable in any way, I was just wondering if that's something I should discuss with my doctor at my next appointment. I'm 17 weeks pregnant.
Avatar f tn So I'm 37w+3d today and I noticed I had a white creamy discharge on my panties. Sorry TMI. I know it's not a yeast infection or I dont think it is, because I had my doc app today and everytime I go in, they take a sample of my pee and check for any infections. I came out clean. I'm a ftm so I'm not familiar. Has this happened to anyone? What does it mean? Should I be worried..? Thanks for the help!
Avatar n tn Hi there, Between few days after menses and ovulation a woman may have white creamy mucus discharge 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 discharge from 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.
Avatar f tn i had that creamy 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.
Avatar n tn I'm 16 and I'm having Heavy vaginal discharge. Its white, very thick, and creamy like. this may sound gross but I put a mirror down there to see what was going on and it just kinda of fell out of me in thick clumps. There is no irritation, smell, inflammation, or anything. Just discharge. Im sexually active and I NEVER drink water. Any suggestions?
Avatar n tn Hello, Normal vaginal discharge is odourless. Abnormal discharge may be yellow or green in color, chunky in consistency, and have a foul odor. It is usually caused by an infection. It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided. For exact diagnosis, you are requested to consult your doctor. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care and please do keep me posted on how you are doing.
Avatar n tn Yesterday and today I have had creamy white vaginal discharge, like what I use to have before ovulation! No itching or any other symptons. What is going on? Any need for concern? Thanks!
Avatar f tn I have not had any vaginal problems until I started taking the pill. I have had discharge off and on. Creamy 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.
Avatar f tn Since my last period, I have not had any spotting and little to no vaginal discharge. Today I noticed a lot, like a good size creamy white puddle in my underwear. Again, I apologize for the tmi. Does anyone know if this is normal? I thought maybe it was a result of all the hormonal changes or something... Any words of advice?
Avatar f tn I'm 28w4d and since I've been pregnant I been having vaginal discharge I have told my doctor about it she gave me meds and it has gone away and came back everytime has anybody else had this problem???
Avatar f tn what does it mean when you're having a vaginal discharge and it's creamy a little yellow no itch no odor no burning
Avatar f tn Hi i've had a discharge from my vaginal area for 12 years. It started when i was 13, right when i began my menstrual cycle. Sometimes it a creamy white, yellowish discharge and at time it has an odor and sometimes not. And other times it has a cottage cheese look to it. I'm 24 and have had a myomectomy for fibriods. I do not have health insurance and this a serious issue for me. Is this going to affect my child birth options.
Avatar n tn they should prob do a swab to check u havent got an STI or infection like thrush. creamy discharge can be a symptom of either. probably isnt normal but probably not related to cervix, its not another cervical check u need.
Avatar f tn Yes, hormonal changes effect discharge. Google vaginal discharge there is a lot of good info concerning what normal discharge with the female cycle. Also call your doc and ask if there is a phone nurse to speak with and ask her about your rx change and discharge.
1339394 tn?1275953798 First off, I'd say you might want to be rechecked to make sure the chlamydia was taken care of, since vaginal discharge can be a symptom. Though women in general naturally have a discharge day to day, so it shouldn't be anything. It's just part of being a woman. Fun stuff, huh? haha. good luck!
Avatar f tn It never hurts to repeat testing for STIs too. Usually the white creamy discharge is caused by yeast and often will respond to the over the counter medications. Brownish discharge is often caused by spotting or very light vaginal bleeding, so could be a sign of break through bleeding. You might want to try one of the OTC yeast meds and if you don't have results, then contact your doctor. Good luck!
Avatar f tn its a common problem of ladies dear...having white creamy discharge..dnt worry .it can be due to the reason that your body needs more sex...or it can be due to calcium deficiency...i dun know the exact reason in your case...
Avatar n tn 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.
Avatar f tn Diagnosis can be confirmed after pelvic examination and microscopic examination of the vaginal discharge. Treatment is by metronidazole((Flagyl, MetroGel) and clindamycin (Cleocin).They are available as pills or vaginal gels or creams. Please do not use any vaginal douches. Although bacterial vaginosis is not a serious disorder but it has been associated with the development of pelvic inflammatory disease and other infections.
Avatar f tn Hello, Bacterial vaginosis is the most common cause of abnormal vaginal odor and discharge. It is caused by a change in the type of bacteria found in the vagina. The exact cause for the change in type of bacteria is still not known, but it is can be due to IUD’s,multiple sex partners or having intercourse with a new partner. In addition to unpleasant "fishy" vaginal odor, thin white or yellowish discharge from vagina may also be present.
Avatar f tn It can be thin and watery, creamy or similar to mucus in character. Normal vaginal discharge may lack an odor or may smell musky (as opposed to abnormal discharge, which often smells foul and unpleasant). When the vagina is in a healthy balance, it shouldn’t smell bad, burn/itch or hurt.
Avatar n tn I have had a profuse creamy coloured vaginal discharge for approx 4 months. I have visited 3 doctors, 2 who said a yeast infection (only diagnosed from viewing) & one who diagnosed a bacterial infection diagnosed from a urine sample. None of the doctors have taken any swabs. I have been taking loads of medication for a yeast infection which clears it but returns immediately after i have finished the course.