No. You cannot use amoxicilin to treat it. Please visit with your ob/gyn and let him or her make a diagnosis. Once diagnosis made you will receive the appropiate treatment without delay.
No. You may have bacterial vaginosis (although it may be something else--only an exam can tell), and Amoxicillin is not the antibiotic we would use to treat that. Don't use left over antibiotics to treat illnesses and finish all courses of prescribed antibiotic--that will help prevent the development of bacteria that are antibiotic resistant.
I have had increased vaginal discharge that is white clear and has a strange odor no itchiness or redness what can I do to get rid of this?
Normal discharge. White to clear discharge is normal. As you progress through your cycle your vaginal discharge changes. At times it will be thinner or thicker depending on the time in your cycle. No medication needed as there is no infection.
Vaginal Discharge. Trying to determine the cause of the discharge without being seen is bad medicine. Get seen and have the discharge diagnosed for proper tx. I hope this helps!
Determine why. Various infections can cause discharge and odor but the treatment will vary depending on the cause, so the first step is to get checked. Some discharge and odor is completely normal but I am assuming that this is a change. Do not douche as the effect will be at best temporary and may make things much worse.
I've always had vaginal discharge it is creamy white and sometimes has an ordor. How do I get rid of it?
See a gyn. U need a workup, pap, cultures, exam and ultrasound and then your gyn should be able to help u.
Lots of causes. This sounds excessive. I would definitly recommend scheduling a visit for an exam and testing. There are many causes of vaginal discharge. With a simple exam and testing we can determine the cause and treatment.
Not likely. I recommend seeing your physician if you are having vaginal discharge. Wishing you the very best.
Some options. You can try otc products or your physician can order an oral antifungal like diflucan. Over- the- counter medicines for yeast infections include: micon 7, monistat, vagistat, (tioconazole) gynazole, femcare, gyne-lotrimin& mycelex.
How do I get rid of this very heavy white vaginal discharge? It's been continuous for a month now. Also I'm 18 and I've never had sex
See below. It maybe a yeast infection. You could try over the counter products, but you may need to have a pelvic exam.
Odor. It sounds like a bacterial infection and for this you need to see your physician to see which one it is.
Trich? Or. Bacterial vaginosis? Flagyl can treat both of them.