I hav white creamy discharge from my vagina an its odorless what is tht?

Vaginitis... It could be a yeast infection or bacterial infection. If it is itchy it is most likely a yeast so anti fungal vaginal creams could help with that. If not then it is necessary that you get genital exam and tests in order to check for other type of infections. For that you would need to see gynecologist or primary care provider who can perform exam and tests.

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Don't know why i, m having a white creamy discharge from my vagina, and it smells funny?

See a doctor. This could be one of several things, including yeast infection, trichomoniasis, bacterial vaginosis, etc. Please see a doctor and have this appropriately diagnosed and treated. Read more...

I have some white creamy discharge from vagina! No itching or smell or nothing should I still be worried?

creamy discharge. If you are not pregnant, then one has to consider either a fungal or bacterial infection. Check with your gynecologist for a possible culture. Read more...

Is lt normal have white creamy discharge at opening of vagina 5 days AFTER ovulating?

Could be. Discharge is universal in reproductive age women, and it doesn't follow rules as closely as people want to believe. It would be very common to have white discharge after ovulation, but impossible to say if that;s the reason for it. Good wishes. Read more...

I have been having a white creamy discharge and my vagina swells up & feels itching and irritating?

Infection. This is likely a yeast infection, but it also may be a sexually transmitted infection or another type of infection called bacterial vaginosis. Getting treatment quickly is important, also getting checked for HIV if it is an std. Read more...

Is lt normal have white creamy discharge at opening of vagina 6 days AFTER ovulating? I'm on day 3of this discharge.

It can be. A creamy white vaginal discharge without itching, burning, or an odor occurring after ovulation can just be normal vaginal secretions and nothing to worry about. Other symptoms make it more likely to represent an infection. Hope this helps. Read more...