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Discharge (Definition)

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


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My nipples are so sore even when the water was flowing over them and very tender to the touch also I have creamy white discharge from my vaginal?

My nipples are so sore even when the water was flowing over them and very tender to the touch also I have creamy white discharge from my vaginal?

Check for infection: Breast discomfort & vaginal discharge depends on age, timing of cycle, if you are on hormones as well as if you are pregnant, postpartum, or not. If you are ovulatory this may be natural. Also i recommend ruling out infection which can be done by a medical provider. ...Read more

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I'm in my mid 50s, postmenopausal for several years. Now having vaginal "egg white" discharge, cramps, and tender breasts for a week. Normal?

I'm in my mid 50s, postmenopausal for several years.  Now having vaginal "egg white" discharge, cramps, and tender breasts for a week.  Normal?

Not exactly: These symptoms are common with estrogen stimulation of the uterus, vagina & breast. Are you taking hormones? Are you using any "natural" supplements to ease menopause symptoms? Other medications and foods can cause an estrogen like reaction in the body. Don't panic, but have it checked by your gyne. ...Read more

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For 14 months I have a fishy vaginal smell, thick white discharge, and vaginal tearing/cuts every week healing in 1-2 days. What is the cause?

For 14 months I have a fishy vaginal smell, thick white discharge, and vaginal tearing/cuts every week healing in 1-2 days. What is the cause?

BV?: These could be symptoms of bacterial vaginosis which is a benign infection treated with antibiotics or other infections. I suggest see your primary doc for eval, culture and treatment. 14 months is too long to sit on this. ...Read more

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Is decreasing vaginal white discharge something that happens with age?

Is decreasing vaginal white discharge something that happens with age?

Maybe: There are many things that happen to the vagina with menopause. A lack of discharge, a change in the color or consistency of that discharge, or an increase in discomfort are all possible. The bottom line is that if you're uncomfortable, or seeing brown or red discharge after menopause, check in with your doctor. ...Read more

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My vaginal area smells kinda sweet and has a white discharge what could that be?

My vaginal area smells kinda sweet and has a white discharge what could that be?

Yeast: "Sounds like" a yeast infection. See your Gynecologist for treatment especially if you are sexually active since other STD's may present this way Hope this helps Dr Z ...Read more

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How do I know if the white discharge after intercourse is a vaginal secretion or something else?

Hmmmm: White discharge after intercourse, can, of course, be semen if he ejaculated inside the vagina. Otherwise, it's normal to have some whitish discharge that actually comes from the vagina. If your discharge isn't bothering you when you're not having sex, it's likely nothing to worry about. Concerning discharge: it itches, it smells fishy, or it's so much that it soaks your underwear. ...Read more

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How much/what kind of vaginal discharge is normal? I've been having a lot of creamy white discharge lately. No smell and sometimes itchy.

How much/what kind of vaginal discharge is normal? I've been having a lot of creamy white discharge lately. No smell and sometimes itchy.

Discharge can vary: Vaginal discharge can differ in amount, consistency and appearance during your cycle. Water intake, decongestants, etc. The important thing is, itching, burring, malodorousness- all are signs of infection- see your physician. ...Read more

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