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Milky White Discharge With Itching And Burning
I have itching and burning in vaginal and anal areas, milky white discharge, and small bumps with a white center. Only been with one person in a year?
Herpes? Other STD?: Any abnormal vaginal discharge requires medical evaluation. These symptoms are most consistent with genital herpes or a yeast infection. See a doctor ASAP. The diagnosis of herpes is most accurate and treatment most effective the sooner you are seen. You also need to be checked for other STDs, especially gonorrhea, chlamydia, and syphilis. Good luck!
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
I had a large amount of clear/milky jelly like discharge. It kinda itches but there is no burning. What is it?
Clear discharge: Most likely normal cervical mucous most commonly abundant at mid-cycle.
I had a pap smear my gyn said I have a lot of white discharge and it is not normal do I have a STD I have no burning or itches?
The one who...: ...Could correctly answer that question is the gynecologist who told you that the discharge is abnormal. It could be an std, vaginitis (an infection of the vagina), or yeast. S/he most likely took a sample and sent it for testing. I don't think a doctor is likely to tell you s/he found something abnormal and then not do anything to investigate. You need to follow up with him or her.
What causes milky discharge during bowel movement? Usual one or two drips of milky discharge. No burning sensation; no fever; no itches.
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I've been having a creamy white discharge like egg white, it's not accompanied by burning or itching, is that normal?
Most likely: Yes if there is no odor, itching or burning
I have thin white discharge sometimes dark yellow with bubbly areas & it sometimes be creamy yellowish greenish with fishy odor no itching or burning?
New discharge: Suspect bacterial vaginosis. The discharge is often off-white and thin; the odor is an unpleasant "fishy smell" that may be more noticeable after sexual intercourse and during menses. Only a third of non-pregnant women improve without treatment. See your physician for quick exam and testing to confirm. Treatment involves oral or topical antibiotics.
I am having thick white discharge with itching. Had sex on monday and it hurt bad and my bf said there was white on him. No burning when I urinate.?
Yeast: Yeast infection likely consider otc agent or call physician.
White discharge: This is normal and there are a variety of reasons for this the most common question here on healthtap.
When I pull back my clitoris I have a lot of white discharge. There is also itching and burning down there. What might it be?
Itching may be yeast: The clitoris is normally "hooded, " and it's not uncommon for some discharge to accumulate there. Bathing gently should remove the discharge. But itching and burning are different, and are common symptoms of a vaginal yeast infection. You may want to ask your pharmacist about an over-the-counter yeast treatment, but certainly see your health care provider if itching and burning don't go away.See 1 more doctor answer
I have white discharge which becomes powdery on drying, itching and burning in the vaginal area during micturating. What Medication should I take?
Vaginal Discharge: Often, white itchy discharge is from vaginal yeast infections, which can be treated with non-prescription anti-yeast creams (such as miconazole or clotrimazole), or with a one-dose pill called fluconazole (if not pregnant). Burning with urination raises concern for bladder infection, which can be treated with antibiotics. Several sexually-transmitted infections cause discharge, so get checked.
Vaginal pain causes: Causes of vaginal pain are varied. Irritation can result from infection, exposure to chemicals, or trauma related to tight undergarments or intercourse (especially if the genitals are not well lubricated). Burning, itching, and white discharge is a classic description of monilial vaginitis, more commonly known as a "yeast infection.". Over the counter creams are now available and effective.
White Discharge: Discharges always cause worry but they are not always serious. Most vaginal infections have burning and itching symptoms but redness of the tissues from inflammation. Since you have only a discharge, it may be of no concern other than to worry you. The best way to make sure that it is not serious if for you to see your physician and get a check up. Good luck.
Yes, not abnormal: Hormones influence the vaginal walls, during sex there is a stimulation and reaction, women have different reactions and secretion, that is not abnormal
Some days I get white discharge others I get yellow. I have no burning, itching or odor. Is this normal?
No worries: It is normal. Without burning, itching or odor.
Vaginitis: Despite the absence of other symptoms there could still be a vaginal infection causing the discharge. Your gynecologist is best qualified to evaluate and treat you.
Thick white discharge, not "fishy" smelling but it doesn't exactly smell good especially after sex. No signs of itching/burning?
Identify organism: 18 year old female asks, Thick white discharge, not fishy smelling but it doesn't exactly smell good especially after sex No signs of itching/ burning. First it's best to see MD to take sample & identify what organisms are causing the discharge. Then have a discussion with the Doctor on proactive Preventive Hygiene/Personal care for the person & partnerSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm experiencing a thick white discharge, no odor, no burning or itching. Sexually active w the same partner for 2years. Is this normal.?
See your doctor: Symptoms like these are best deterimed by a thorough evaluation by your physician. Based on his/her findings, a treatment plan can be developed to help you.
I still have itching, burning, and can see white discharge on the inside of myself after taking diflucan (fluconazole) and metro gel. What's wrong?
See a gynecologist: Without being able to examine you and the discharge there is no way in which to establish a diagnosis. Go and be evaluated by a professional. Good luck.
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