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Dr. Vance Harris answered:

Vaginal discharge with no itching. do i have a vaginal disease?

Vaginal itch.

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You may have a vaginal infection without much of an itch. If there is a discharge that doesnt clear on its own then see your doctor. These will respond quickly to treatment.
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Dr. Allen Kamrava answered:

Yellow vaginal discharge smells kinda sour or something spoil... it makes my anus itchy what is this? Please help im scared

See your doctor

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You should really see your doctor and have a discussion.
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Dr. Jane Van Dis answered:

25f, virgin, light yellow vaginal discharge. Vagina smells fishy especially when I wash with bar soap. What can this be? :(

Bacterial vaginosis

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Mostly commonly, a fishy odor from the vagina is bacterial vaginosis. An overgrowth of a normal bacteria in the vagina. Sometimes it can be in response to environmental changes such as changes in diet, exercise, stress or products placed in the vagina. If you're concerned, see your physician and she may decide to treat you with some antibiotics.
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My vaginal discharge is yellow. There is no itching or smell. What can cause this?

Could be normal

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If there is no itching or odor, the discharge may be normal. If you have had any new unprotected sex partners or if your partner has had another partner, it could be a sign of other infection such as gonorrhea or chlamydia.
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My 17yr old has a lot vaginal discharge that varies in color, from white to yellow to pale green. No smell, burn or itch. Isthis normal?

Probably not

Vaginitis
A change in vaginal discharge (like a new color, amount, or texture) often signals that something is wrong, including vaginal infections both sexually transmitted and not sexually transmitted infections. Although it's possible that all is well, it's important for your daughter to be seen by a healthcare professional to ensure that any infection is properly treated.
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i have some kind of vaginal discharge an im goin to see a obgyn its a yellow discharge with sour smell what is it called sour smell?

Infection

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Many different infections can cause a sour smell. Your doctor can test you for they typical infections.
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Is a vaginal discharge that comes out clear, but dries yellow w/ no smell, itching, or swelling be normal?

Vaginal discharge

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There is a normal physiologic discharge of the vagina that ranges in color form a clear mucous color to slightly yellow. It is especially pronounced mid cycle. If you have no other symptoms like odor, itching or discoloration I would assume It is normal
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Dr. Monib Zirvi answered:

Light yellow vaginal discharge little smell no itching or burning on birth control but it expired in March is this normal?

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A discharge could represent a low grade bacterial or yeast infection. See a gynecologist or dermatologist for potential culture and treatment options.
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Dr. Ali Khazaei answered:

Yellow/pink vaginal discharge, itchy vaginal canal, no smell. Late period. Infection? Std? 1 partner only.

Probably...

Infection
Yes it looks like you have an infection. Some infections does not have smell. You need to be examined and tested.
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