Green vaginal discharge/no odor, what to do?

Discharge. If you have change in color, texture, odor or amount of vaginal discharge & problems such as pain, itching burning w urination or sex or redness/swelling then It is best to see your gynecologist for evaluation & accurate assessment.Greenish yellow w bad odor; white, gray or yellow w fish-like odor; clumpy white w/o an odor, clumpy green or yellow are all types of D/C which can occur w infection.
Evaluation. If it is thick and curdy and you have vaginal/vulvar itch, it is likely yeast. You can use an over the counter yeast treatment like monistat. Otherwise have your gyn or family doctor evaluate it, so they can confirm what it is.

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Dark green vaginal discharge. No odor. Am sick with nausea as & weakness as well.?

Vaginal infection? You should be checked to see what is causing your symptoms, likely you have a vaginal infection. Read more...
Test for infection. An infection is likely to give this tye of presentation. Read more...
Need an evaluation. vaginal discharge in combination with nausea and weakness could indicate a more serious pelvic infection - PID and should be evaluated with exam including a pelvic exam - associated fever or chills are also more worrisome symptoms and untreated infection can lead to more serious infection and future fertility problems. Read more...

I've been having yellowish-green vaginal discharge, off and on, for two weeks. There is no unusual itch, pain, odor.

Doctor can check. One's primary care doctor can check out a new or unusual vaginal discharge. The doctor can check for a urine infection, if there are any urinary symptoms. Sometimes vaginal discharges are related to overgrowth of non-dangerous bacteria, but other times they are related to sexually-transmitted infectious microbes that need treatment. A pregnancy test can be done, if needed. Read more...

I'm nursing and my period hasn't started yet, but I have been having light green vaginal discharge with no strong odor and no itching.

Watch it. if the discharge doesn't resolve soon you should see a doctor. the color of the discharge does not necessarily indicate an infection. the normal bacteria in vagina can turn the discharge any color. Read more...