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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
Infection. Get tests: From the color description, old blood be present especially if this is near the time you ended your period. However, you may have a sexually transmitted infection. Get tested for chlamidia, gonorrhea, syphilis, hiv. Also be checked for bacterial vaginosis. Visual examination to check for vaginal/cervical trauma. See your doctor for diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
BV: Your symptoms sounds like an infection called bacterial vaginosis. There is no over the counter medicine for this. See your doctor. ...Read more
See your doctor: Discharges need to be tested and visualized under the microscope to be appropriately diagnosed. See your doctor for help. ...Read more
Yeast infection: This is what it sounds like. Get it checked asap. ...Read more
I am experiencing frequent urination, vaginal irritation, abnormal vaginal discharge (quality: itchiness) , vaginal itching, vaginal odor, groin pain and dark colored (brown) urine.
See Dr: It will require exam + lab to define your problems. Treatments to be determined by office evaluation. ...Read more
Vaginal burning (worse when urinating), dark brown discharge instead of period, yellow/green discharge, unusual odor (not foul), redness. Not an STD?
Vaginal d/c etc: Hallo Harold75~ this sounds like pretty classical Gardnerella vaginalis or trichomonas vaginalis infection or even GC so you MUST see a doc for proper testing to make right diagnosis and get treatment. Remember to inform your partner when you get the right diagnosis and advise he shd be treated as well. thx ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Cyclic: The vaginal discharge changes throughout the cycle. Right after the period it tends to be whitish. At mid-cycle it is wet and clear. After ovulation it tends to get sticky and more yellowish. It can also be affected by what you eat. If it doesn't smell or itch, it's probably normal. ...Read more
Bacterial Vaginosis: BV, bacterial vaginosis, is a common vaginal infection that needs to be treated with antibiotic therapy. One of the hallmarks is the "fishy odor". When taught in medical school and residency BV was diagnosed with the Sniff or Whiff test. A vaginal culture or slide will give us the diagnosis nowadays. See your physician for testing and appropriate treatment. Good luck. ...Read more