Vaginal discharge menopause

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Avatar n tn It seems all the possible solutions the doctor mention had to do with urine loss, not vaginal discharge. For vaginal discharge, he said you might have to learn to live with it. I don't have STD (and have not had a sexual partner for several years).
1354741 tn?1277184842 I am pre-menopausal and have had a dark, bloody and thick vaginal discharge between periods. I have sought medical care and my doctor doesn't seem concerned so much because I am of menopause age. Most recently I saw him because of a blister type lesion that appeared on my labia. Diagnostic culture ruled out herpes but I still have this discharge. He recommended that I return should the blister return. Is it normal for me to have this discharge if I am pre-menopausal.
Avatar n tn a little bit of normal discharge for menopause woman is consider normal? using "REPLENS" vaginal moisturizer does it made the discharge little stronger smell? I just had my annual pep-smear and is normal.
Avatar f tn 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!
Avatar f tn Starting last month I noticed that I have yellowish spotting for at least 3 days after using the vaginal cream and sometimes the discharge lasts longer longer. I have to use a pad in my underwear. I had a negative culture both for bacteria and for yeast when I first noticed the discharge . I did test positive for Strep B. I was given the option of an alternative to penicillin (since I am allergic) but decided not to use it since I know that I am a Strep B carrier.
Avatar n tn For nearly a month now I have been dealing with lots of vaginal discharge, which is clear, not bad-smellling. It is runny enough to soak my underwear, and it reminds me of the discharge I used to get when I ovulated because it is a little sticky, but this is excessive. The subsiding (though not entirely) of my menopause symptoms plus this discharge makes me wonder if my body is trying to have periods again? I have also had a few menstrual-type cramps, but no blood flow.
Avatar n tn I mentioned it to the doctor last year and she gave me a blank look as if she had never heard of this sort of discharge before. I haven't been back since. I am 65 and went through the menopause in my early 50s.
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 HI, Not having periods usually means menopause. Now if there is only discharge which is obviously excessive then you need to check out with your gynaecologist. Vaginitis or conditions of the cervical like cervical erosion, dysplasia etc can lead to discharge. Hence an internal examination, vaginal swab test and Pap smear become necessary. The answer is based on information provided. Exact advice is not possible without a proper examination and investigations.
Avatar n tn and after i healed up i been having a build up of white thick discharge in my vaginal, that want go doctor say its some kind of linig i for got what does not run out it say in the smell fishy when i have sex.i have taken med but it want go away.what can i do hellllllp.
Avatar n tn The only thing I notice now is that while I am normally quite dry right before my period, tonight I had very thick vaginal discharge...almost like when you lose your mucus plug. Does this happening usually point towards or away from pregnancy? Of all times my vehicle is out of commision for a few days and I live 20 miles out of town. I will get an HPT as soon as I can but in the mean time this will drive me nuts!!! Thanks in advance for your help!
Avatar f tn Hello Sandra, I am 58 as well and been in post menopause for a couple of years. I have read and heard that our bodies can still produce just enough hormone for us to bleed like that, especially if you are on synthetic hormones. I have used the bio-identical hormones and even they can cause break through bleeding. Last year, I had the vaginal discharge that was red-tinged.
Avatar f tn Hello Sandra, I am 58 as well and been in post menopause for a couple of years. I have read and heard that our bodies can still produce just enough hormone for us to bleed like that, especially if you are on synthetic hormones. I have used the bio-identical hormones and even they can cause break through bleeding. Last year, I had the vaginal discharge that was red-tinged.
1176126 tn?1263696983 It is vaginal discharge. Girls usually experience vaginal discharge about 6 months before they experience their first periods. It's caused by the changing hormones in your body---and will be with you until (and sometimes after) menopause, which won't come until you're about 50-ish. Completely normal, and healthy. The discharge keeps your vagina healthy and clean. In case you're wondering, it's supposed to have a slight odor.
Avatar f tn Hello, Such intermenstrual vaginal discharge is most often associated with old endometrial tissues. It could also mean that for whatever reason during your last menses the entire uterine lining failed to make a timely exit. In some cases however there is cause for concern like cervical cancer, pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID), menopause, or sexually transmitted diseases like gonorrhea and Chlamydia .
Avatar n tn She had taken premarin for over 20 yrs and has discontinued it because of the complications that come with it. She has full blown menopause, but her major complaint is this watery discharge that has forced her to start wearing maxi pads and it has become so overwhelming that she is very self-conscious and is becoming a hermit as a result. Is there a natural solution or an herbal ****** that will help? Could it also be something she's not eating or eating too much of? Please help? Thanks!
Avatar f tn For several years now, I have had a light brownish discharge. It is very light, but has an odor. I have to wear a pantyliner. I have had a biopsy and it was normal. I also had a vaginal sonogram which was normal. I have no idea what it could be. I am 68 years old.
Avatar n tn I'm eighteen years old and I've been having a vaginal discharge that is almost like a cloudy white color. On my panty liner or underwear it dries to a yellow color. I've looked up issues about this and everyone has said they smell a foul odor. I don't know if I would really call mine a foul odor, just not a pleasent one. Sometimes it's almost like a sour smell and sometimes it's not. I've had intercourse before, but this discharge has been happening even when I was eleven.
Avatar n tn i have the same problem but my discharge makes me very itchy i apready went to my gyn doctor and i am waiting the result i am a little big scare my vaginal discharge its yellow-green itchy vagina discharge and also look white at simple view but its really yellow green
Avatar n tn I have had 2 uptopic pregnacies, complete hysterectomy at 32 years old (I'm now nearly 55). Blood tests show I'm in menopause. I'm on premarin .0625. I have a vaginal discharge, memory problems. Menopause with a complete hysterectomy? I don't understand. And what is the discharge all about? Thank you for any help you can give to this matter.
Avatar n tn The reason behind the poss removal of the ovary is because they believe the cyclic pattern of building pain, sharp pain ,vaginal pus like discharge has a hormonal base and by removing the ovary they hope it will end the cyclic nature. To be honest I have been seen by 3 consultants and they are all perplexed by the case.
Avatar n tn In general, it is a good idea to discuss abnormal smelling discharge with your doctor so he/she can do a culture to see if any bacteria grow that should not be there, and also look at any vaginal discharge under a microscope. There might also be other things that could cause a smell that could be seen at the time of an exam. It is unlikely anything you did or did not do made your periods stop when they did. Machelle M.