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White discharge from vagina with some bad odour?

Bacterial Vaginosis. Can't tell for sure without an exam, but a fishy vaginal odor is frequently caused by bacterial vaginosis. Bv is caused by a group of bacteria that start to grow faster than they should. It is easy for a doc to make the diagnosis. The treatment is usually flagyl. If the problem persists, call your family doctor! Read more...

How come I get so much of white discharge from vagina?

Normal for some. May be increased mid cycle and/or premenstrual, may be associated with some forms of contraception. However, if persistent or present with other symptoms- get it checked out. Read more...

Is it normal to have some white discharge from vagina when aroused?

Vaginal discharge. It is common for the vaginal area to become moist when aroused. This is in anticipation of sexual intercourse. It helps lubricate the area. If discharge remains when not aroused or has an odor color or different than any other discharge I would see her doctor for an evaluation. I If a sexually transmitted disease is possible refrain from sexual activity until sure there is none. Read more...
Yes. When aroused, you may produce liquids that make your vagina "wet" and more conducive to sex. Some secretions may be "white and creamy" and others may be more clear and liquid like, such as the Female ejaculation or "squirting." Read more...

Milky white discharge from vagina. What could it be?

Get checked. Its possible it could be an infection, typically a milky whitish or curd like whitish discharge with associated symptoms can indicate a yeast infection such as candida or there could be another type of infection. You should get examined and test performed on the discharge to see if you need treatment. Read more...
Evaluation needed. It may be nothing at all or it may be an infection. It is prudent to get this evaluated by your doctor. Read more...
May be normal. Women can expect some amount of normal vaginal discharge which tends to be milky white. If the discharge changes, develops an odor or pelvic pain occurs, it is time to see the doctor. Read more...
.... could be bacterial vaginosis. may also be vaginitis. please see a health care provider for a complete examination. Read more...

I have a milky white discharge from vagina. No odor or itchiness. I have been on seasonique for 5 months. Is this normal?

Leukorrhea. . In the absence of symptoms such as itching, burning sensation, foul smell such as 'fishy smell', / rotting smell, high risk behavior it simply seem like 'leukorrhea' which may occur at the beginning and end of a cycle. It is thick and white, odorless. If it is clear and stretchy it may be due to ovulation. It occurs due to estrogen stimulation or imbalance.Itcan be a natural defense.C. Read more...