Graham, NC
A 29-year-old female asked:

I have a yellowish green discharge from my vagina has a hint of a smell but nothing horrible and no pain or itching or burning when urinating i was wonder what it could be ?

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Dr. Hishalah Zvulon
22 years experience
Vaginal Discharge: Asymptomatic vaginal discharge is normal when it is clear or white. However, if there is a color change from the norm or if there is an odor or new onset of symptoms, it is best to go schedule an appointment with your obgyn for further evaluation. In your case, consider scheduling an appointment for an eval. I hope this helps.
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