Conditions with symptom: 'discharge from vagina'
My discharge has always been normal but I recently tasted my discharge, because I'm always self conscience when my boy friend gives me oral. My discharge has this sour taste that has never been there before. This has been going on for at least three weeks now. My discharge has no smell and my vagina doesn't itch or anything out of the ordinary but this sour taste. I want to know what I can do so it can return to it's original taste.
Im 15 virgin and my discharge used to be white but now I had constant itching and my labia stung at the bottom when i moved it, the itching only happens on the skin around my vagina hole and sometime on my labia and clit. My discharge does have a slight odar im really worried but im to scared to tell my mum incase she will want to look at it, and im really self conceious about my vagina and whether she'll think im weird for telling her what should I do and what is this help please
Sounds like you just have a regular old yeast infection. Don't be embarrassed about - it happens to us all. Usually after your period, the pH in your body can get out of whack. There are over the counter medicines you can buy, but I encourage you to just tell your mom. She'll understand and get you meds to fix it and mostly likely explain to you how to use the medicine. Just tell her you've been having some itching down there and think you have a yeast infection.
Hi,I am 16 and have only slept or had any sexual interaction with one person; my current boyfriend. (who I know has a record of sleeping with 14+ females, mainly without protection) I am experiencing a yellowy/green discharge and I'm really worried. I had sex with my boyfriend the other day and my whole vagina became swollen, it was swollen for 2 days and is still slightly swollen now. I'm still experiencing this discharge 3 days later and my vagina as a whole seems to have changed shape and appears to be abnormal. I am so confused as to what may have caused this and why it has happened. Will my vagina return as normal or will it remain shaped like this?
Hope u have visited your local gp to test for sexually transmitted diseases.
Hi Over the last 2 weeks I have been getting a bloody discharge from my vagina, it does not smell. It looks like veins in my discharge. My last period was 2 weeks before this started happening. Any ideas what it could be, I have had thrush in past and UTI infections but never this kind of discharge.
Hiya, i had my period nearly 2 weeks ago and the same thing is happening to me, it does look like veins, i have tried every search engine to find out whats happening and had no luck, i have never had thrush but apparently suffer from PID, but have never had a STI to cause PID so doctors are at a dead end, if i find out i will let you know.
Hiya - it's normal. Sometimes our bodies have breakthrough bleeds. Spotting doesn't always come out as red/brown blood. It can be blood stained discharge or threads of blood through our clear discharge - which is what I am hearing from your explanation. We are weird and wonderful creatures but truly, you have nothing to worry about. It will regulate itself.
im 17 and im experiencing some jelly like and cloudy discharge sometimes, and just recently, i have noticed that i am having a small amount of 'solid-like', white, small pieces of what i assume is discharge, however it is not near the enterance to my vagina and is more around the top bit... i dont know what it is and i wash twice a day thoroughly and i have also checked for thrush. does anyone else have this or has had it?? is this just dried discharge?
I have just finished my period and my vagina now feels quite dry apart from some discharge which feels bumpy and looks like bits of wet tissue paper, it's hard to break these bumps down too. Also, just inside my vagina I can feel some lumps but I can't see as they are inside so I can't tell if it this discharge or if they are actual lumps??? What could this be, please help!!!
I have had thrush a lot of times due to antibiotics and so would say that the discharge is probably from thrush (also causes itching, swelling or soreness). As for the lumps inside your vagina I can only suggest that these are the natural ridges of the vaginal wall. Go and see your GP or go to a free clinic for expert advice.
I myself had this problem and it particularly caused a lot of discomfort during sexual intercourse. So I think you;ll find that you have thrush, but seee a doctor to make sure and he/she should prescribe you with some anti biotics.
Hey I'm 18! I've vaginal discharge since last 2 years. My discharge is white, thin, almost odorless. It's completely a normal discharge but sometimes I feel bit itchiness in my vagina? What does this indicates? Can this happen for many other common issues? And is vaginal discharge a normal thing which can happen to any women, virgin or a non-virgin? Please reply me ASAP
My vagina entrance and inside lips are sore and itchy. my clit hurts to touch and I have this nude/brownish discharge from my vagina. it's starting to hurt to wee because of the pain and soreness inside of my vagina. any idea what this could be?
I have this.. atleast im not alone. Been thinking its a yeast infection but im ot 100% sure...
My vagina is very sore.. It gets very itchy and when i'm wiping, I wipe too hard and it bleeds and I keep getting this, like, brown discharge in little bumps but it doesn't smell... My vagina often feels very uncomfortable and itchy... I am too scared to go clinic as I am very self-concious about my vagina... Any help?!
You need to head to a clinic. That does not sound good. I understand being really self conscious about how you look, especially about your vulva. But I can tell you, they are there to help. They have seen vulvas of all shapes and sizes. Yours is just another that they need to help. Thats how they view the people who come in for their help.
Maybe try Vagisil creme. That cream is specifically designed to help with itching regarding your's. If that does not help go see a doctor yep.
Hi I'm 19, I have a problem with me vagina, after intercourse my vagina is very sore and i have like a burning pain, i also have a smelly discharge, and have a couple of cuts around the vagina area which hurt and irritate. I have been to my doctors a numerous times and he treats me with thrush, the treatment works for about a day then the problems come back. Was wondering if anyone can help me.
my problem is that I am feel a lots of pain beween my vagina and bottock, spaically when I SET DOWN OR IF i am walking some day it is so bad. the pain feel like a buring sensation,I am a bit worry,please can you help me. than you for reading my e-mail
not sure about the discharge and cuts you have around the vagina,but the burning and sore sensation to me is telling you that you need to use lube.hope this helps.
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