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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...

I have recently gotten Depo-Provera which I have been on before and my vagina feels swollen its tender to the touch and I have a white creamy discharge it's uncomphertable when I pee but if I put a warm rag on it it feels better. Soap burns my inner lips

Not the Depo. You have some type of a vulvo-vaginal infection. There are otc tests for these type of infections yet it sounds like yeast! cold compresses and a soaking cool bath can help and if yeast get an otc yeast med cream for inside and on the outside. Read more...

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...

What if you have white creamy discharge and a light odor and vagina dry after u wash up what is that?

Depends. Some mild white vaginal discharge is normal, and is likely due to the body responding to hormones. If the discharge becomes excessive, foul-smelling, cottage cheese-like, or associated with itching or discomfort, you might consider bringing it up with your doctor, since it could be due to an infection. Read more...
Possible infection. To have discharge and odor two thing could point possible infection? Check it out? Read more...

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. Read more...