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I have severe vaginal burning..No itching or odor but I have frequent urination. Can you help?

I have severe vaginal burning..No itching or odor but I have frequent urination. Can you help?

See doc: This may be an infection. You will need to have an exam and possibly cultures. ...Read more

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Have vaginal odor burning and when I urine it burns and also been experience a odor also in my underwear bacteria is on my panties brown staining what can it be ?

Have vaginal odor burning and when I urine it burns and also been experience a odor also in my underwear bacteria is on my panties brown staining what can it be
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UTI/STD: Your symptoms, as described, sound like a Urinary Tract Infection or Sexually Transmitted Disease. Are you sexually active? Regardless, you will need to be evaluated by a physician and have your urine tested and cultured. You should also be screened for STDs (HIV, GC/Chlamydia, RPR). An empiric antibiotic could be started depending on your answers to additional SHx questions. See a doctor ASAP. ...Read more

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Im experiencing a clear watery copious vaginal discharge. No odor, burning, itching, or signs of infection. What are s/s this could be a rare ca?

Im experiencing a clear watery copious vaginal discharge. No odor, burning, itching, or signs of infection.  What are s/s this could be a rare ca?

Unlikely: Copious discharge isn't likely cancer. Most likely is a bacterial infection or irritation/inflammation. You can see doctor and they can test to make sure. Sometimes you can have an infection without smell or itching. Often women with chlamydia have no indication that they have this infection. See a doctor and get tested, just to be sure. ...Read more

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No burning when peeing but itchy and odor in vaginal area ?

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No burning when peeing but itchy and odor in vaginal area
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Yeast infection?: Burning/pain upon urination (peeing) suggests bladder/kidney infection or sexually transmitted disease. Itch w/white cottage cheese discharge suggests yeast infection (common after antibiotics) which often responds to over-the-counter medications. Many different reasons for odor, some of which may require antibiotics. Don't recommend douche. See your Family Doc if no improvement. ...Read more

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Hi, I seem to be experiencing vaginal burning after urination accompanied by a vaginal itch. There is a slightly bloody discharge without an odor?

Genital abrasion: You may have sustained an abrasion/scratch in your genitals, which can burn when exposed to urine. Itch may be from yeast infection w/scratching leading to abrasion. In any case, best to see your Family Doc, GYN or Planned Parenthood for evaluation, diagnosis & treatment, even birth control. ...Read more

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I've been having vaginal irritation (burning, itching, etc) for the past few days but with normal discarge and no odor. Help?

I've been having vaginal irritation (burning, itching, etc) for the past few days but with normal discarge and no odor. Help?

Yeast?: These are typical symptoms for a vaginal yeast infection. Contrary to common opinion (or what you may have read online or elsewhere), yeast infections cause no significant odor and often no increased discharge. See your doctor; or perhaps try one of the many effective over-the-counter vaginal yeast meds (any with active incredient ending in "azole"). But for sure see a doctor if it doesn't work. ...Read more

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I have a brown vaginal discharge that is amplified with intercourse. There is an odor but no pain, itching, or burning. What could be causing this?

I have a brown vaginal discharge that is amplified with intercourse. There is an odor but no pain, itching, or burning.  What could be causing this?

Infection: This could be caused by a cervical or vaginal infection. The most common vaginal infection is bacterial vaginosis and the main symptom is an odor. In this case the peroxidase positive lactobacillus which are the most common bacteria in the vagina get killed off, the pH rises and anaerobic bacteria over grow. It is easy to diagnose and treat but you need to see your doctor to do so. Good luck. ...Read more