Do I have a yeast infection if brown discharge comes out of my vagina and it is somewhat itchy? It's not that itchy, some-days it is and others it isn't, but every single day this brown discharge comes out of my vagina when I wipe, I haven't seen a doctor

Yeast . Yeast infections are typically very itchy, with white or whitish-yellow discharge. Other infections can cause different color discharge. If a patient has a new discharge, discomfort, or any fever then the discharge should be evaluated by their physician.

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I think I have a yeast infection, I have chunky discharge, itchiness, and swollen vagina hurts during sex, what treatment should I use?

Imidazoles. for intravaginal application are available over the counter for use at the consumer's discretion. Vulvovaginal candidiasis (yeast infection) does typically have chunky curd-like discharge. One might consult their primary physician to confirm the diagnosis as there are other causes of vulvovaginosis if otc medication fails. Read more...
Try an OTC "azole" This certainly sounds like a yeast infection. If you have had it before, professionally diagnosed, and the symptoms are similar, you can safely try an over-the-counter yeast medication. Look for active ingredient ending in "azole" (miconazole, clotrimazole, etc). All are equally good; you can choose the least expensive. See a doctor if no improvement after 3-4 days. Read more...

My vagina has been very itchy and red for the past three days. There's no odd coloured discharge, bumps, or pain. Does it sound like a yeast infection?

It's possible. Yeast infections can cause irritation, redness, swelling, itching, and abnormal vaginal discharge. However, there are other vaginal infections/conditions that have similar symptoms. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, see your doctor for testing so that you can be treated promptly and correctly. Read more...