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I have light green discharge with no odor. What is it?

I have light green discharge with no odor.  What is it?

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

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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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Keep having light green/yellowish clumpy discharge from vagina with odor, mostly on tampon. Have endo, no abnormal annual test results.What could it be?

Keep having light green/yellowish clumpy discharge from vagina with odor, mostly on tampon. Have endo, no abnormal annual test results.What could it be?

Bacterial vaginosis: Most likely you have bacterial overgrowth called bv. That would create the odor. Occasionally you can have additional infections occurring at the same time like yeast or even trichamonas. Your best bet would be to go see a gyn. ...Read more

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Is it normal to have a light green discharge after intercourse? No itch or odor to it

Is it normal to have a light green discharge after intercourse? No itch or odor to it

Gyn: Any discharge other then clear to whitish is likely abnormal and you should see your doctor. ...Read more

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Green vaginal discharge, no odor, no std, tried several medications to treat BV but still have light green discharge? I've had it for a few years now :(

Green vaginal discharge, no odor, no std, tried several medications to treat BV but still have light green discharge? I've had it for a few years now :(

Probabely normal : If you have been tested for std, trichomonas, bacterial infection, yeast infection and it has no odor and no responce to treatment.I will suggest dont take anything and hope it is normal for you.But if it changes in smell character get all the tests done again, as some infection might have been missed for some reason in initial exam and testing. ...Read more

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Light green vaginal discharge cause itching and some pain with no odor and am not sexually active?it is bacterial or fungal infection and what to do?

See the Dr.: You need to be examined; the Dr. will also likely run some tests on the discharge to determine diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more

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Green vaginal discharge/no odor, what to do?

Green vaginal discharge/no odor, what to do?

Discharge: If you have change in color, texture, odor or amount of vaginal discharge & problems such as pain, itching burning w urination or sex or redness/swelling then It is best to see your gynecologist for evaluation & accurate assessment.Greenish yellow w bad odor; white, gray or yellow w fish-like odor; clumpy white w/o an odor, clumpy green or yellow are all types of D/C which can occur w infection. ...Read more

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Dark green vaginal discharge. No odor. Am sick with nausea as & weakness as well. ?

Dark green vaginal discharge.  No odor. Am sick with nausea as & weakness as well. ?

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 more

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Drainage (Definition)

Fluid coming out of an open area or wound. This can be infected ...Read more


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