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Dr. Robert Kwok answered:

which antiviral can be used for clear watery,vaginal discharge after menopause?

Why an antiviral?

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An antiviral is for stopping viral infections. Just having a clear vaginal discharge doesn't mean there is a need for an antiviral. The primary care doctor or the Ob-Gyn doctor can check to see if there is any infection at all.
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Brown discharge after menopause, breast cancer taking aromasin and have lower back pain ?

Let gynecologist

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know because sometimes brown discharge can be older, deoxygenated blood. Although it could be benign- don't expect bleeding after menopause. Take care.
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Is it normal to have light brown discharge after menopause ? It's been 4 years since my last period

No

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It is not normal. Are you on hormone replacement therapy? See a gynecologist.
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Dr. Sewa Legha answered:

What cause a problem having grinish and yelloish discharge after menopause with a person having breast cancer history?

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Any vaginal discharge would have nothing to do with Breast Cancer. Go see your gynecologist to find out the cause and seek treatment.
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Dr. Shiao-Yu Lee answered:

Is brown discharge years after menopause normal?

No

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Brown discharge suggests light bleeding that is not normal years after menopause. You need a complete exam, possibly ultrasound and biopsy of the linning of the uterus
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how should vaginal discharge look during menopause?

Clear or white

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The normal vaginal discharge is clear or white. After menopause there may be less vaginal discharge due to the lower estrogen levels. Green, gray, or yellow discharge likely means an overgrowth of bacteria, while a lumpy (cottage cheese) discharge is common with a yeast infection. Red, pink, black, or brown discharge is associated with blood and is never normal after menopause.
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Dr. Dan E. Fisher answered:

I'm 54 years post menopause. I just notice pink mucus discharge. Is it normal?

No.

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This should be evaluated by your doc. It is possibly benign, but is also an early sign of cancer.
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I have hot flashes. I wake up and soaked in sweat. I have a discharge. Could this be menopause?

Possibly

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This depends upon your age and hormonal history. These are typical menopausal symptoms and rarely in the 35-50 year old age group are other conditions the cause. If persistent or bothersome, see your OB -GYN to discuss and decide upon treatment.
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Dr. Seema N. Patel answered:

I have not had a period in eight yrs ,i am having a thick mucus discharge,i am 50 and have finished menopause?

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Discharge after menopause should be evaluated. Thick mucus discharge could be a yeast infection, bacterial infection, or signs that you have cervical inflammation. Have it checked out
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Dr. Karen J. Jones answered:

I am on menopause and I been experiencing abnormal bleeding with vaginal discharge. What does this sound like?

See your doctor

The possibilities include polyps on the cervix or in the uterus, fibroids in the uterus, abnormal cells in the lining of the uterus or on the cervix, taking hormones, an infection in the cervix or uterus. It is important that you see your doctor to evaluate this.
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