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What does it mean when someone has vaginal discharge everyday?
8 doctors weighed in

Dr. Nicole Bullock
Obstetrics & Gynecology
6 doctors agree
In brief: May be normal
It is normal to have some vaginal discharge.
Depending on the cycle of your hormones, discharge maybe thick and white, or clear and sticky. Or any variation in between. If there are other symptoms such as vaginal itching / burning, spotting, painful urination; or, if the discharge is green or has a foul odor it may be time to visit your ob/gyn to have some vaginal cultures ordered.

In brief: May be normal
It is normal to have some vaginal discharge.
Depending on the cycle of your hormones, discharge maybe thick and white, or clear and sticky. Or any variation in between. If there are other symptoms such as vaginal itching / burning, spotting, painful urination; or, if the discharge is green or has a foul odor it may be time to visit your ob/gyn to have some vaginal cultures ordered.
Dr. Nicole Bullock
Dr. Nicole Bullock
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Dr. RADHA SYED
Agree w/Dr Bullock.Additionally,if Vaginal cultures are negative,there is a condition called Condylomatous vaginitis where there is severe viral load with HPV virus producing lesions in the vagina.This can be diagnosed with Pap/HPV screen and a colposcope
Dr. Carolyn Quist
Gynecology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Maybe nothing
Vaginal discharge is a normal process of the body.
The cervix produces mucus and the skin of the vagina sheds just like the skin on your arms and therefore can be normal. The discharge varies between clear to white depending on the time of cycle.. If there is a change in the color, odor or irritation associated with it then there is usually an infection or other problem that needs evaluation.

In brief: Maybe nothing
Vaginal discharge is a normal process of the body.
The cervix produces mucus and the skin of the vagina sheds just like the skin on your arms and therefore can be normal. The discharge varies between clear to white depending on the time of cycle.. If there is a change in the color, odor or irritation associated with it then there is usually an infection or other problem that needs evaluation.
Dr. Carolyn Quist
Dr. Carolyn Quist
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