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Unusual Vaginal Smell
Hello. I've been having an unusual vaginal discharge that's thick and clumpy with an unusual smell it doesn't smell fishy but the smell is abnormal?
Possible Candida: There are 3 main causes of abnormal vaginal discharge: Bacterial vaginosis, Candida (yeast) and Trichomonas infection. Candida tends to be thick, whitish and cheesy in consistency. For excellent patient information please go to the following sites: http://bit.ly/1MALpU3 http://bit.ly/1w1flDK http://bit.ly/1DvHK7p ...Read more
I noticed that my vaginal discharge is white to yellowish and the odor smells like unusual.. I had sex with uncircumcised guy, what is it doc?
Sound like vaginitis: Circumcision has nothing to do with this. However, the sexual exposure itself may be the problem. Sounds like you have an infection (vaginitis). Need to be examined by your gynecologist or primary care doc. This will ensure an accurate diagnosis and prompt treatment. ...Read more
Need diagnosis first: A vaginal discharge is anything coming from the vagina that is more than the scant amount of normal mucous that healthy women have. A discharge that doesn't smell bad can still be an overgrowth of yeast or bacteria, or a mild infection with germs such as chlamydia (discharges get worse as infections get worse). A woman with a discharge should see her doctor to rule out various infections. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It may be: Infected. Have it medically evaluated before you develop serious complications. ...Read more
Many things: Fishy odor with discharge can be caused by bacterial vaginosis and can be seen even in people who are virginal. Trich, a sexually transmitted infection, can also cause a fishy odor. Other sexually transmitted infections, in general, can cause a weird smell or discharge from the vagina. Urine can have a weird smell with a urinary tract infection. The best thing is to get checked. ...Read more
Some weeks: The vaginal odor after a hysterectomy is a combination of small amounts of blood from healing incisions and somewhat of discharge from suture material. As the vaginal incisions heal, the bleeding stops and the suture finishes dissolving the odd odor goes away. This can take 3-5 weeks in my observation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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