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Blood: A variety of breast issues can cause some bleeding into the ducts (eg, fibrocystic breast disease, ductal papilloma). When this blood is metabolized, the resulting byproduct can have a greenish, blueish or even black appearance. ...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
Probably normal.: Check wiith your OBGet a more detailed answer ›
What could caz my vagina to appear blue inside? The outside appears warped & 1 or 2 little sores. The inside looks blue or blue discharge. Pics on file
Get checked: You really need to let your GYN evaluate you. ...Read more
What colour should the vagina be? Is blue normal, looks like blue discharge? 30, prev hysterectomy with ovary removal, still have cervix.
I recently noticed I av a pale blue discharge after sexual intercourse and a strong odour down below also my periods av stopped but I'm not pregnant?
Vaginosis?: You may have a type of bacterial infection with those symptoms. See a dr. For an evaluation and any treatment if necessary. Good luck. ...Read more
What causes blue urine and blue discharge? I have been a lot of stomach pain here lately and I took a pregancy test and it said I was preganant and a couple of days later I started having blue urine and discharge..
Congratulations: Congratulations on your pregnancy. Blue urine can be caused by certain types of foods, medications, or infection. As you are pregnant with abnormal urine color and discharge, it would be reasonable to consult your gynecologist and discuss this concern. Any changes in urine during pregnancy should have an evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Blue discharge?: This would definitely be strange and is worth having your eye doctor look at and examine your eyes. ...Read more
I have recently started a light greenish blue vaginal discharge. There also seems to be a light ammonia smell. What could this be?
Possible trichomonas: Trichomonas vaginalis often has a greenish hue to the discharge, so it is possible that could be the cause. There is a simple test that can be done at the GYN'soffice to test for this, called a wet prep. This can determine if the discharge is from trich or some other bacteria. It is better to have the proper diagnosis rather than guessing what the problem could be and taking unnecessary meds. ...Read more
What could be wrong with me? Blue/green discharge (started today), fatique, Pain while urinating, strong smelling urine. Just started 2 days ago.
Infection, maybe STD: Any new, abnormal, or unexplained vaginal discharge should be professionally evaluated. Colored discharge, odor, and painful urination usually mean infection, and assuming you are sexually active, you might have gonorrhea, chlamydia, trichomonas, herpes, or bacterial vaginosis. See a doctor or clinic right away. Also ask sex partner (s) if any penile discharge, sores, or painful urine. Good luck! ...Read more
Nipple discharge: Any fluid discharging from the nipples needs to be evaluated by your gyn or family physician. This can sometimes be an infection or a hormonal issue but either way needs to be checked. ...Read more
BV?: Bacterial vaginosis comes to mind; this can occur in any post-pubertal female and is due to changes in the bacteria normally present in the vagina. Especially if it has a fishy smell, best to visit your doc! ...Read more
31yr old female. Went to ER with ALL heart attack symptoms. HR 144 BP 136/83. arms lost circulation, turned blue. Tests normal. Discharged within 3hrs?
Hmm: What did they tell you caused your symptoms? We always recommend to follow up with a doctor after your emergency room visit to put things together and also see how you are doing. If having persistent, recurrent symptoms another recheck at the emergency room is warranted. Good luck ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer