I have green discharge but no itching, burning, or smell. I am sexually active. What could this be? I'm scared it might be bad.

It is hard to say. It is hard to say, often, this is a normal finding and not necessarily an std. But it could be trichomonas or a bacterial imbalance. It is really impossible to tell without an exam. You should be able to get it checked at the county health department. It is just one more remin-der to always use a condom!

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