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Bacterial vaginosis : The most common symptom of BV is an abnormal off-white vaginal discharge (especially after vaginal intercourse) that may be accompanied by an unpleasant (usually fishy) smell. This malodorous discharge coats the walls of the vagina, and is usually without significant irritation, pain, or erythema (redness), although mild itching can sometimes occur. Treatment is with antibiotics. ...Read more
Vaginal Odor: According to the centers for disease control and prevention, bacterial vaginosis (bv), also known as bacterial overgrowth, is the number-one cause of vaginal odor in premenopausal women. But there are also other causes. ...Read more
No, BV does!: Sometimes disturbances to the natural bacteria in your vagina (douching, irregular bleeding, unprotected sex, etc) can allow abnl bacteria like Gardnerella to overgrow and cause a fishy odor. It's not sexually transmitted, but can be treated w/ Metronidazole(Flagyl)/Clindamycin/Boric Acid. See your GYN for a prescription and be examined for other potential causes. Nothing urgent/dangerous though. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Vaginal discharge: The vaginal discharge and anal itching do not necessarily have anything to do with each other. The discharge sounds like bacterial vaginosis. The itching sounds like yeast. Both could have other explanations, so you would probably be best off having an exam by a doctor who could also give you the best treatment. ...Read more
I am experiencing vaginal itching, vaginal pain, vaginal irritation and abnormal vaginal discharge (quality: itchiness, cheesy discharge) .
"Itching" to see MD: Your are "itching" to see a MD for a vaginal infection as that symptom alone is a dead giveaway for the same. Time to make an appointment with a local GYN MD who can diagnose and treat this issue. ...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
HIV prevention: HIv is best transmitted by infected blood to a non-infected person. That said, genital tract secretions could transmit HIV. Remember HIV is a sexually transmitted disease. Barrier protection (condoms) are very valuable in prevention. Talking it out with your partner is a good idea too. ...Read more
Yellow/pink vaginal discharge, itchy vaginal canal, no smell. Late period. Infection? Std? 1 partner only.
Probably...: Yes it looks like you have an infection. Some infections does not have smell. You need to be examined and tested. ...Read more
Not usually.: Normal vaginal intercourse does not cause malodorous flatus (farts). ...Read more