I have vaginal discharge but I do not have itching or burning or an std, what is wrong?

Not enough info to. Know. If you have a change in color, texture, odor or amount of vaginal discharge ; problems such as pain, itching burning with urination or sex or redness/swelling then it is best to see your gynecologist for evaluation ; accurate assessment.

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After wiping vaginal notice beige /yellow discharge on tissue what could it be? No STDs no itching or burning. Have frequent trips to bathroom.

Vaginal discharge. You may have a vaginal infection such a bacterial vaginitis or yeast. Both are NOT sexually transmitted. It may just be the color of your urine. If it continues I suggest you contact your doctor to have your urine evaluated and a vaginal culture. Read more...

Lots of white, vaginal discharge. Normal consistency and the smell is a little more strong than normal. No itching or burning or anything. What is it?

Sounds like BV. There are several causes of vaginal odor. You will need to see your doctor for testing. The most likely is bacterial vaginosis. Bacterial vaginosis is an overgrowth of normal vaginal bacteria. The only real way to fix it is with antibiotics. Read more...

What if the vaginal discharge has a bad smell but with no other symptoms or irregularities, no color/same amount/no itching or burning sensation?

Vaginosis? See MD. Bacterial vaginosis is common, not a sexually transmitted disease, per se. Easily diagnosed and treated. Unlikely other possibilities, but should get examined. Read more...
Vaginal discharge. The presence of foul smell may be an indication that it may be an infection, like Bacterial vaginosis which needs to be ruled out sooner than later, and is easy to diagnose and treat. Yeast infection are not colorles. While certain emotional/hormonal/cycle changes may account for certain vaginal discharge, as they say, first things first! Read more...

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...