Causes white milky discharge women - Doctor answers
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
Vaginal discharge: The odor of your discharge can change depending on the time of the month as your normal body chemistry changes. It obviously can change with hygiene. It can change with infections and it can change with your period. If you are having a discharge and irritation with the new odor it would be wise to seek medical evaluation. ...Read more
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Milky discharge during defecation occasionally, not associated with any other symptoms, what can be the cause?
Probably not serious: Presumably you mean discharge from the penis. This symptom is common in many men, some more than others. Straining at stool or stool passing over the prostate gland and seminial vesicles (the sacs that store semen for the next ejaculation) can squeeze out semen or prostate fluids. If this is new or if the fluid is creamy (like pus), see a doctor to be sure no prostatitis or other infection. ...Read more
My vaginal discharge has a funny odor to it and its starting to become milky. I'm a very clean woman. What does this mean?
A few things commonly can occur.
Physiologic discharge (ie normal discharge)
it might be yeast. It could be a bacteria, gardernella (ie bacterial vaginosis)
sometimes sexually transmitted diseases can cause discharge. Ultimately, the discharge needs to be analyzed to properly diagnose and treat.
Good luck! ...Read more
What causes dryness in the virgina? Mine has been so dry for the last two month now, I spend a whole day & my nicker is dry, discharge is milky no smell
Doctor visit needed: Generally speaking, bacterial vaginosis is a foul odor. Certainly, with any discharge in a sexually active female, you would need to have complete std testing. Regarding dryness, I would consult with your doctor to determine if this might be secondary to hormonal changes, medication or birth control pills. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Infection: There are many infections that can cause a discharge. See your doctor and get tested for them and seek out treatment if necessary ...Read more
Many possibilities: Many things cause ncreased vaginal discharge; you don't give enough information to even guess. Hormonal issues, pregnancy, and infections are the main causes -- some of the infections are minor, others more serious. STDs are a possibility if at risk. Itching, odor, and other symptoms can give clues. Any new or unexplained vaginal discharge needs professional diagnosis. See your doctor soon. ...Read more
Have a milky discharge no burn or itching but a slight odour/smell. What could this be? / causes this
If you have heavy,: Milky discharge - just go get checked. You will get a panel of tests. The issue is that you may have more than one type of venereal infection at the same time. Encourage you to see your personal physician or to go to an std clinic promptly. ...Read more
What causes milky discharges, its really like milk, I stop bc pill since day 1 of my cycle and I have this discharge for 2 days now, today is day 22?
I have breast pain and milky discharge from both sides. My PRL level 14, what is the cause of the pain.?
Breast exam: Anytime one notices a new mass, lump, bump or skin change in the breast it is very important to have this evaluated by a doctor who can help determine if any work up or testing is needed. Breast pain can be from hormonal changes, weight changes, dietary changes, cysts, changes in exercise patterns, ill fitting bras and others. ...Read more
Pituitary, meds: The two most common problems for discharge from both breasts is medications (antidepressants, antipsychotics, etc) and pituitary problems (check the prolactin blood level). If only from one breast, sometimes this can be from a cyst, abscess, etc. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
White (liquid) milky discharge, after taking morning after pill. Is this a normal symptom? If so, what is the cause?
Probably coincidence: The morning after pill is not expected to cause a discharge, with a disclaimer that hormone changes through the month will normally cause various discharges. The pill could conceivably affect them. These are normal and should not concern you. If you current discharge continues to bother you then have it checked. ...Read more