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White vaginal discharge but there is no odour some times flank pain pelvic pain frequency of micturition.

Different problems. Mucous discharge can be white, grey, green, clear, or yellow and be normal depending in foods eaten and hydration level. Your other symptoms need to checked for urinary tract infection. Read more...

I am experiencing pimples, cramping pelvic pain, abnormal vaginal discharge (quality: itchy, cheesy) and rash on chest.

Various symptoms. I don't feel that these varied symptoms are related to one disease process. Your vaginal discharge may be a vaginal infection. Pimples and chest rash are nonspecific. I recommend an examination by a gynecologist in view of your pelvic discomfort and probable vaginal infection. A dermatologist can evaluate your chest rash if it persists. Read more...

I have been having pelvic pain with vaginal discharge thats thick and gooy with a sweet smell... Pressing on my pelvic area hurts aswell... Any ideas?

Get tested . There are several causes of bad smelling vaginal discharge and testing is needed to determine the cause and treatment. The most likely is bacterial vaginosis. Bacterial vaginosis is an overgrowth of normal vaginal bacteria. It causes a watery discharge with a fishy odor. It is not sexually transmitted and your partner does not require treatment. It is treated with antibiotics. Read more...
A little unusual. That description of the discharge is a little unusual, but my first concern would be for a possible sexually transmitted infection. Chlamydia, and especially gonorrhea can cause a lot of discharge. The vaginitis conditions can sometimes cause pelvic pain as well (yeast infections or bacterial vaginosis), but not typically. Read more...

I am experiencing abnormal vaginal discharge (brown spotting) and cramping pelvic pain. I have pcos and this is my first month on birth control.?

Discharge after BC. Some abnormal or intermittent spotting or bleeding can be normal when starting birth control. Still, it is important to see a doctor to make sure this isn't something more serious. If you think you may have an infection, if you had an STD in the past, think you could be pregnant (sometimes birth control can take a few weeks to start working), see an OBGYN or family doctor. Read more...