Increased discharge, different odor, no itching or burning, yeast infection? I start my period next week...

BV? Trich? STD? Vaginal discharge with odor is most commonly due to bacterial vaginosis, i.e. overgrowth of mostly normal bacteria. Trichomonas, an STD, can do it; and STDs are more common in women with BV, especially at your age. Probably not yeast -- the main yeast symptom is irritation and itching, little discharge, no odor. You need to see a doctor or clinic, including STD testing.

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Is this a yeast infection? I have had white discharge with no odor for almost a week now. There is some itching and burning sometimes when I urinate. I treated with Monistat one day treatment. It has been about five days since I treated and I still have t

It . It is very difficult to say. Often times the one day treatments don't seem to work, or they take away the symptoms for a few days after which they return. At this point you should see your doctor for a diagnosis and appropriate treatment. Good luck. Read more...

I think I've had a yeast infection for almost 2 weeks now, itching, burning, painful during sex, white discharge and smell is off. What do I do?

See doctor. Make an appointment with your gynecologist and have cultures taken so you can be pit on proper medication. Read more...
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Had symptoms of yeast infection, so I used monistat1 yesterday. Burning/itching increased, discharge has blood in it, but not on period. Normal?

Could be. Most creams, over the counter as well as prescription ones, often contain alcohol to keep them soft and easily applied. When you have an infection, the vaginal tissue can be quite inflamed and irritated and this can be aggravated by the application of a cream. Spotting can occur as well. If the symptoms do not resolve in the next couple days, see your doctor. Read more...

Faint Yellow discharge with no burning or itching. Also no Odor, could this be a yeast infection?

Infection? STD? Any new or abnormal vaginal discharge needs prompt professional evaluation. Colored discharge (yellow, green, etc) suggests infection, including STDs like gonorrhea or chlamydia, if you are sexually active. Yeast is less likely -- main symptom is itching/irritation, not discharge. Possible trichomonas or bacterial vaginosis, but these usually cause strong odor. Get it checked out ASAP. Good luck. Read more...

Dr Ca I get green vag discharge from yeast infection? Discharge has no smell, no itching and no burning. Sometime vag pain is there. 17 weeks preg

Green discharge. A green bubbly discharge is usually a sign of Tricomonas vaginal infection not yeast. You are 17 weeks pregnant and your OB MD needs to re-evaluate the discharge with a wet prep/smear. You note that you have vaginal pain on occasion which is simply a more severe form of itching which is characteristic of Trichomonas. If present both you and your partner need Rx. Read more...

I have all the symptoms of a yeast infection except the odor could it still b yeast infect. White discharge itching and burning n painful intercourse?

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