Doctor insights on: Green vaginal discharge pregnant
Light Bleeding: Rest assured that in the early weeks of pregnancy, a little spotting or bleeding is very common. The most common cause for experiencing a brown discharge during pregnancy, especially in the later half of the first trimester, is that the body is getting rid of the older blood remnants in the cervix. As the baby grows, the original blood which is used to protect the womb is no longer required. ...Read more
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
See you doctor: See your doctor to get treatment for the possible vaginal infection and the pinworm issue, which may not be related. ...Read more
Few thoughts..: Pink vaginal discharge in pregnancy can be due to vaginitis, cervicitis or sexual trauma. Green vaginal discharge can be due to cervicitis from gonorrhea, or to rupture membranes and meconium staining. Please see your obstetrician if you are experiencing these symptoms as soon as possible. ...Read more
Needs Evaluation: Certain types of discharge is more "normal" than others. Clear discharge without odor may simply be hormone related. However, yellow-greenish discharge should always be investigated. It is not necessarily an std, as yeast may present similarly. Nonetheless, you will like to have an exam to test it to treat it correctly. Contact a local gyn office. The exam is fast and painless. ...Read more
Need an evaluation: vaginal discharge in combination with nausea and weakness could indicate a more serious pelvic infection - PID and should be evaluated with exam including a pelvic exam - associated fever or chills are also more worrisome symptoms and untreated infection can lead to more serious infection and future fertility problems ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yellow/green vaginal discharge. No strong odor. Occasional cloudy light yellow urine. Symptoms caused by same culprit?
Not likely: Vaginal infections are independent of urinary tract infections. The cloudy urine can be caused by contamination from vaginal discharge or be due to sedimentary chrystals in the urine. Your gynecologist is best qualified to evaluate and advise you as it appears that you have a vaginal infection. ...Read more
Yellow/green/white colored vaginal discharge. A bit thicker than normal. Normal smell and no other symptoms. What is it?
STD check needed: Colored (yellow, green, beige) discharge suggests infection, including STDs like gonorrhea or chlamydia, assuming you are sexually active. Possibly a vaginal infection like trichomonas or bacterial vaginosis, but these usually cause odor. Get examined and tested ASAP, either with your doctor, your local health department STD clinic, or a reproductive health clinic like Planned Parenthood. ...Read more
6 months pregnant and I have thick creamy mint green vaginal discharge. Happened twice in the past two weeks. What is this? And why?
Possible infection: You may have a bacterial infection. Please check with your doctor. ...Read more
I am post menopausal (surgical) I have a yellowish green vaginal discharge...no odor. Not typical for me. More noticeable in the morning when I get up?
Over 2 years sometimes I get thick vaginal discharge which looks a bit yellowish/green, has a bad smell and is at times itchy. I am 17 and am a virgin?
Virgins can get: vaginal infections. Two of the most common vaginal infections are NOT transmitted by sex. Rather they're a result of an imbalance in the normal vaginal environment. Some women just by nature have more vaginal secretions than others. Since you're so young etc., it's best that a doctor exam you and test the discharge next time it flairs up. Best wishes. Dr. Anne ...Read more
I have been treating my green vaginal discharge for almost 2 years now but to no avail. I have been tested for various infections but all are negative?
See below:: An infection is the most common cause of a green discharge. If tests are negative for infection, I would still try antibiotics because tests aren't perfect. There are also non-infectious causes such as uterine bleeding, a fistula from the rectum to the vagina, warts, desquamitive vaginitis and atrophy. Don't hesitate to get a second opinion (and a second exam) Best wishes! ...Read more
What is the normal vaginal discharge color supposed to be? Because mine has always been a creamy yellow I can't tell sometimes if there is a green color in it or if its just a strong cream yellow..
Hello.: Hello. Normal vaginal secretions are clear to white / creamy. The viscosity can change depending on when you ovulate, become pregnant etc. White discharge is leukorrhea which is made up of things like dead cells, dead white cells and normal secretions. It can turn slightly yellow when it dries in your underwear. Green or dark yellow, clumpy or malodorous discharge may be abnormal. If that were the case, would get it checked - especially if there is redness, swelling, itching or pain. Take care. ...Read more
Yes: Women know their bodies and might be familiar with many types of vaginal discharge. However, an unusual one or a new one should be evaluated by a professional. If yellowish green, it could be trichomonas, which an obgyn provider should diagnose and treat. If the woman is pregnant and the discharge is darker green, it could be meconium-stained amniotic fluid, and that could become an OB emergency. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
I'm having extreme vaginal discharge, have no pain. Its yellow, green gooey. What going on with me?
I have noticed a Change in vaginal discharge. It is now light green and slimy but odourless. No itching or pain.
See doctor or clinic: Any new or abnormal vaginal discharge should be professionally evaluated. Typical vaginal yeast (thrush) often can be safely treated with an over-the-counter product, but this isn't typical for yeast. If sexually active and at risk for STD, chlamydia or gonorrhea are considerations. Beyond that, really no way to judge; see your GP or perhaps your nearest NHS GUM clinic. Good luck! ...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
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