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Green Stringy Discharge
Hey im having a lot of pelvic pain and pain way way up there im on the IUD I have brownish blackish green stringy discharge no infection?
Yes infection: I suggest you see your doctor soon you may have a vaginal infection. You need treatment soon! ...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
What does it mean when a 2 year old has a green color discharge? It is it is green a can of stringy. This just start like yesterday. This just start like yesterday after being in a swimming pool.
? vaginal discharge: 2-year-olds can develop vaginal discharge from foreign material entering vagina. This can be stool or some small object like a bead or a bean. Thus not necessarily related to swimming pool. Dr. Gundlach has beautifully outlined discharges from other openings. Suggest you see a pediatric urologist, pediatric surgeon or pediatric gynecologist if a persistent vaginal discharge. ...Read more
Past 2 weeks thick stringy jello like discharge with very mild cramping. No odors. White sometimes tinted light yellow or very light pale green?
Discharge can be of: Multiple origins. Sexual history is important. Chlamydia and gonnerea can cause excessive discharge but I would place this further down on the list. Bacteria from the colon can colonize the vagina, this is called bacterial vaginosis. This is more common if u wear a thong. Trichomonas is another sexually transmitted culprit. Get seen, a course of metronizadole will likely clear the problem. Gdluc. ...Read more
May be infection:
Green discharge may be from an infection even if there is no odor
consult your doctor have it cultured and treat appropriatly. ...Read more
That is not normal: ; is usually related to an infection. Please seek medical evaluation. ...Read more
See a doctor: Where's the light green discharge come from? If you concern, you better have a doctor check it for you! ...Read more
Infection: Get the discharge examined to be sure. ...Read more
Not normal, see doc: Any new or unexplained vaginal discharge needs professional evaluation. Colored discharge often means infection. Technical virgins occasionally get STDs by oral sex or genital contact without penetration. See a doctor ASAP. If you're a teen at home and need to keep your parents out of the picture, try the health dept or Planned Parenthood, or see your school nurse for confidential advice. ...Read more
My discharge is white and than after that I find crusty discharge and it's green. What could this be?
I have just noticed light green discharge but no oder and no other symptoms of anything. Should I worry?
Needs to be checked: Light green discharge needs to be checked and a culture taken as infection needs to be ruled out. I am presuming it is discharge from vagina ...Read more
What do you suggest if my discharge is white and than after that I find crusty discharge and it's green?
Vaginitis: You may have a vaginal infection and need to get it checked out ...Read more
I have been experiencing a very small amount of a light green discharge. Just wondering what would cause this and how to fix it?
Green D/C: Is an odd color, and to be safe an infectious process should be ruled out. Best to get the discharge evaluated to treat it correctly. ...Read more
Having a discharge from both areas down there when using the restroom. Muscus like and light green in color. Should I be worried?
See your doctor: You should see your doctor and let them check you. ...Read more
I've had a long continuous stringy light brown, sometimes cloudy brown gooey discharge the past 2 days...I should be starting soon. Should I worry?
Yes: More information is needed to characterize the possible problem you may have. However, the best thing to do is to see your primary care provider and have the sample of your discharge checked. ...Read more
Possible infection: It is unclear if the discharge is mixed within the urine or drops outside, but usually urinary tract infection leads to cloudy urine that is associated with urge to urinate and burning. Vaginal infections can lead to something like you are describing, may be associated with itching, sometimes odor. In any case, you should see your md for additional testing and clarification. ...Read more
Not necessarily: If you otherwise have normal periods, and now are having bleeding that is not like a normal period, then it is likely not a normal period. You should discuss this with your ob/gyn because abnormal bleeding at your age should be evaluated and not ignored. ...Read more