Quite a bit of white/milky watery vaginal discharge with no pain and no strong odor or itching. Had a UTI over a month ago.?

Possible yeast. If you were treated with an antibiotic for the UTI, the most likely cause of a white vaginal discharge is a fungal overgrowth in the vaginal canal. The should respond to one of the OTC anti fungal vaginal creams used for a week, such as gyne-lotrimin. If the problem persists, see your family physician or gynecologist.
UTI's. Hopefully your UTI was treated medically. If not, and in light of your current symptoms, you need to see a gynecologist as soon as possible. .

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