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White Creamy Discharge
Possibly nothing.: Leukorrhea is normal vaginal discharge (D/C). D/C is composed of cellular debris, vaginal secretions & bacteria & is stimulated by ^ vaginal blood flow & ^ estrogen. D/C ^ is seen w ovulation (Clear & like uncooked egg whites), Clear/watery or white d/c both occur during menstrual cycle.& pregnancy (white/ milky). It can be thin or thick & white to yellowish. Leukorrhea usually doesn't cause an ...Read more
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
Yes: Could depend on your cycle or poss. Infection. ...Read more
Possibly leukorrhea.: There is a normal vaginal discharge called leukorrhea which varies in amount , consistency & color. Can be clear to white. Can be fluid-like to sticky. No odor, no redness, no burning, no itching, no pain. If you have a new rash or it is symptomatic - please have it checked by your gynecologist. ...Read more
Dont know: Not familiar with effects of plan b. ...Read more
Why when is time to ovulate I see a white creamy discharge instead that mean I never ovulate ir what?
Not necessarily: Discharge is different in all women and is not very specific. Typical discharge at the time of ovulation is clear, slippery and stretchy. This may not be detectable in every woman that is ovulating though. If you are having regular periods and having symptoms indicating your period is going to start (ie. Breast tenderness, bloating, or cramping) you are likely ovulating. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have always had white creamy discharge but today I noticed some brown there isn't pain or smell. What could this be?
I am a female and i was just wondering if having a lot of white creamy discharge that doesn't smell too pleasant is acnormal thing?
Yes not normal: See a gyn or a gyn clinic as you need an exam and cultures and treatment and you most likely have bacterial vaginosis or other infection. ...Read more
I have this white, creamy discharge, it has no smell, but when it comes out its ussually a lot, its completely white, and thick looking, what is it?
Yeast infection: this likely is a yeast infection. other symptoms beside discharge is some vulvar/vaginal irritation, itching, redness. this can be easily and effectively treated with otc intravaginal antifungal meds. if it doesn't resolve could be sign of bacterial infection or an STI (STD) such as trichomonas, but those are usually not thick , but rather thin, skim milk looking. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Can be clear or whitish.Get a more detailed answer ›
Normal: Can be clear or whitish before period. ...Read more
Discharge: Best to consult your ob/gyn for thorough exam. ...Read more
Period: Could be the beginning of your period or poss.Mis. ...Read more
Discharge: Might still be related to ovulation, but many otehr unrelated possibilities - you'd need an exam to be more specific. If it doesn't itch/burn/smell it's unlikely to worry about and you could observe for the next few days/weeks. If it's worrying you a gyn doctor would be able to help you anytime. ...Read more
From?: Where is it coming from? If from the vaginal area, you should be checked for sexually transmitted and non-sexually transmitted disease. Sometimes a discharge can be normal. If from the urethra should also be checked for infection. Either way, please see your doctor asap to have this looked at. ...Read more
Normal: Thick white Discharge with no odor or smell and if it does not cause itching or burning is normal. ...Read more
Unknown: Discharge can be many things...Can be normal. Can be related to hormonal changes, ovulation, pregnancy....Other things that can cause discharge include tissue irritation, infection, foreign objects, semen, masses, growths... See a health practioner for examination a definitive answer. ...Read more