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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

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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Why do I have creamy light green discharge after ovulation ? No foul odor or infection.

Why do I have creamy light green discharge after ovulation ? No foul odor or infection.

STD? See doctor: Colored vaginal discharge ("creamy", yellow, brown, light green, etc) always suggests a possibility of infection, especially an STD like gonorrhea or chlamydia. And any abnormal or new vaginal discharge always needs professional evaluation. See a doctor soon. Good luck! ...Read more

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I'm nursing and my period hasn't started yet, but I have been having light green vaginal discharge with no strong odor and no itching.

I'm nursing and my period hasn't started yet, but I have been having light green vaginal discharge with no strong odor and no itching.

Watch it: if the discharge doesn't resolve soon you should see a doctor. the color of the discharge does not necessarily indicate an infection. the normal bacteria in vagina can turn the discharge any color ...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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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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Hi I've been having light yellow discharge and occasional pale green discharge with no Odor, pain, burning but with an occasional itch. On the depos?

Hi I've been having light yellow discharge and occasional pale green discharge with no Odor, pain, burning but with an occasional itch. On the depos?

Infection, STD?: Any new or abnormal vaginal discharge needs prompt professional evaluation. Colored discharge (yellow, green, etc) suggests infection, including STDs like gonorrhea or chlamydia, depending on STD risk. (Obviously on your mind, based on chosen topic tags.) Yeast is less likely. Possible trichomonas or bacterial vaginosis, but these usually cause strong odor. Get it checked out ASAP. Good luck. ...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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Does green discharge with little or no odor mean infection?

Does green discharge with little or no odor mean infection?

Green Discharge: A green vaginal discharge is an abnormal feminine secretion that is often foul smelling and comes with other symptoms like itchiness, inflammation, pain and possibly fever. It is often caused by infection, but may also accompany other conditions where a secondary or overlying infection occurs. Diseases include: ginorrhea, trichomoniasis, clamydia, bacterial vaginosis. And pid. ...Read more

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I have whitish green discharge. I'm on day 14 of my cycle no odor or irritation.What could this be?

I have whitish green discharge. I'm on day 14 of my cycle no odor or irritation.What could this be?

See a Provider: An important fact to know is if you are sexually active. White discharge can be normal during this phase of your cycle. Green usually means there could be bacteria. Bacteria can cause infections. To be sure about this, it would be a good idea for you to have an evaluation by a health care provider. ...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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I have vaginal green discharge that is not frothy or heavy. No odor or other symptoms. Was negative for chylamydia and Gonorrhea ?

Many possibilities: There are many possible causes and you won't sort it out by online investigation or self testing. Return to your doctor for reevaluation for bacterial vaginosis, trichomonas, yeast, and other causes. Absence of odor is atypical for trich or BV, but could happen; be sure you are tested for both. For trich, ask for the newer DNA test, much better than older methods like exam of fluid by microscope. ...Read more

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Yellowish green vaginal diacharge (no odor or itch)in a virgin? is that colour just bacterial pigment or the discharge contains blood?

Yellowish green vaginal diacharge (no odor or itch)in a virgin? is that colour  just bacterial pigment or the discharge contains blood?

Infection, maybe STD: Colored vaginal discharge (yellow, green, etc) suggests infection, including STDs like gonorrhea, chlamydia or trichomonas, assuming you are sexually active. And and the tags you chose show STDs are on your mind. Possibly bacterial vaginosis, but BV and trichomonas usually cause odor. Presence of blood also goes along with infections like STDs. Get examined and tested ASAP. ...Read more