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Bacterial Vaginosis Brown Discharge
Bacterial vaginosis.: Often presents with white, gray, or yellowish cloudy discharge with a fishy odor. Brown discharge often contains older, deoxygenated blood ; may be seen after the period. If you have a change in color, texture, odor or amount of vaginal discharge ; problems such as pain, itching burning with urination or sex or redness/swelling then it is best to see your gynecologist for evaluation. ...Read more
Discharge can be a noun or a verb; it has multiple meanings in physics, chemistry, military, and legal usage. The most common medical meaning is a substance that is being excreted. Examples: pus is the discharge from a pimple; a vaginal discharge can mean infection; an ear discharge can mean an infection of the outer ear tract; a nasal discharge ...Read more
Bacterial Vaginosis : Can present with a yellowish cloudy, white or gray discharge which has a fish-like odor. There could be a brownish tinge if there is some old blood mixed in. If you have a change in color, texture, odor or amount of vaginal discharge ; problems such as pain, itching burning with urination or sex or redness/swelling then it is best to see your gynecologist for evaluation ; accurate assessment. ...Read more
What does it mean if I have light brown vaginal discharge and an itchy vagina? Should i be concerned about bacterial vaginosis, yeast infection, etc?
Likely yeast: A vaginal discharge that is thick, white and chunky - like cottage cheese - is usually a yeast infection. The vaginal discharge with bacterial vaginosis is usually more thin and grey, sometimes frothy. They are treated differently so it is important to know which it is a woman has. Both can have itching and irritation. ...Read more
Hi. I have been suffering from Bacterial Vaginosis since is as around 11. Now I'm 16 and I still have it, a fishy smell odor and discharge. I'm very e?
Atypical for BV: "Chunky" discharge is not typical for BV; usually thin and white/gray, and almost always with strong (usually fishy) odor. "Chunky" with no odor is more typical for yeast. However, there are lots of exceptions. You should be professionally examined to determine the cause and proper treatment. Good luck! ...Read more
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