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How is discharge different for gonorrhea and chlamydia?

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Dr. Heidi Fowler
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In brief: Discharges

Chlamydia can cause intermittent vaginal bleeding or a yellowish mucus vaginal discharge with a strong odor. Gonorrhea can cause no vaginal symptoms, intermittent vaginal bleeding or an increase in the woman's vaginal secretions.

In brief: Discharges

Chlamydia can cause intermittent vaginal bleeding or a yellowish mucus vaginal discharge with a strong odor. Gonorrhea can cause no vaginal symptoms, intermittent vaginal bleeding or an increase in the woman's vaginal secretions.
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