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I have internal white clumpy discharge but no itching burning or smell ! is this a yeast infection ?
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Dr. M. Christine Lee
Dermatology
3 doctors agree
In brief: Possibly
Vaginal yeast infections are common in women but usually associated with itching, burning, and odor. White clumpy discharge may not be an infection with yeast or other organism. Could just be normal or possibly associated with reaction to birth control pills or other meds, or possibly a lubricant.
But be sure to see your doctor to get tested for yeast or std to be on safe side.

In brief: Possibly
Vaginal yeast infections are common in women but usually associated with itching, burning, and odor. White clumpy discharge may not be an infection with yeast or other organism. Could just be normal or possibly associated with reaction to birth control pills or other meds, or possibly a lubricant.
But be sure to see your doctor to get tested for yeast or std to be on safe side.
Dr. M. Christine Lee
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Dr. Paul Williams
Family Medicine
2 doctors agree
In brief: ? yeast infection
At least from what you describe it could be a yeast infection.
Recent antibiotic use? I would recommend at least a trial of otc antifungal creams. If no improvement - please see your doctor for an exam. A yeast infection is fairly easily diagnosed with a specimen under a microscope a KOH prep something either your doctor can do or a lab can do.

In brief: ? yeast infection
At least from what you describe it could be a yeast infection.
Recent antibiotic use? I would recommend at least a trial of otc antifungal creams. If no improvement - please see your doctor for an exam. A yeast infection is fairly easily diagnosed with a specimen under a microscope a KOH prep something either your doctor can do or a lab can do.
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