2 problems? Back pain and frequent urination usually indicates a possible bladder infection. Watery vaginal discharge indicates a possible secondary infection unrelated or just hormonal changes. Need to be seen by a physician.
UTI. Possibly a urinary tract infection (uti) that causes urinary frequency, burning on urine passage, and if it ascends the urinary tract, back pain as a possible kidney infection. The thin vaginal discharge needs assessment also. See a md soon for rx.
Pregnant? Call your doctor if you are!
Posible infection. See you gynecologist asap.
Clumpy yellowish vaginal discharge w/some odor, persistent urge to pee, itchiness and cramped for two days. Also some back pain. What's going on?
Vaginal discharge. See your gynacologist and get fungal and bacterial cultures to rule out infection.
White and watery vaginal discharge, lower back pain, irregular menstration, pain before and after menstrations.
Evaluation. Hi, You better go for a pelvic exam, most likely an infection, you need evaluation and treatment, Do not wait up to see a doctor.