What could this be, I have pelvic pain, vaginal itching sometimes, more discharge than normal, whitish, and an odd vaginal smell with it?

? vaginal infection. The whitish, itching discharge with odor suggests a vaginal infection, possible yeast/a fungus. It is a little unusual to experience actual pelvic pain with a yeast infection, but some women do report it. Your first step is to see your doctor & be tested for yeast as well as other vaginal pathogens including bacteria, trichomonas, chlamydia, etc. One of these likely explains your symptoms.
Vaginitis. Mostly bacterial or from gardenella infection. If you have them off and on, for months,see a GYN MD. If u r overweight,then you may be diabetic,if you have not had a Pap smear lately, get one.in essence I am suggesting you to see a good GYN MD .test to check for Diabetes is HBa1C.good luck.
Yeast infection? I sounds like a yeast infection. You can try over the counter yeast medications and if it does not improve in 2 days call your doctor. The pevic pain may require and ultrasound if your pain does not improve.
P.I.D. Pelvic inflammatory diisease ..SEE YOUR GYN ASAP ..since this can be damaging to these organs!!!!! Hope this helps! Good Luck Dr Z.

Related Questions

I am experiencing itching between thighs, vaginal itching, vaginal discharge, genital numbness, vaginal odor, pelvic pain, lower back pain?

See doctor . This may be either thrush or potentially a pelvic infection which is more serious among other things. Need to see a doctor to organise tests and/or examination . Read more...
PID. If you are seriously experiencing all the symptoms you have described above then your are very unwell. It seems like you may have Pelvic Inflammatory Disease which can make you quite sick if not treated on time. Please visit your nearest Accident and Medical Clinic so the doctors can do a vaginal exam and take swabs followed by possible treatment with antibiotics. Please don't delay this any more. Read more...
See doctor . Sounds like pelvic infection, it's important to treat this at the earliest. Please see you ur doctor or for to emergency doctor immediately. . Read more...
See a DR. GYN best. Maybe bacterial vaginosis + yeast, maybe more. Read more...