I am experiencing abnormal vaginal discharge (had an bacterial infection but it cleared up with medication so is it back again? What to do!!!

Repeat therapy. Most probably another infection. The original infection may have been eradicated and you have acquired a new infection or the original infection was not eradicated and must be retreated.

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Is the vaginal discharge in case of bacterial infection watery or thick?

Vaginal discharge. This is quite variable and depends upon the type of bacterial infection vs overgrowth syndromes and the individuals immune status, etc. There is no hard and fast rule. Read more...

I have had abnormal vaginal discharge since having my daughter eight months ago. Multiple tests cleared me of all STDs and infections, what could it b?

Discharge. I wonder what infections you've been tested for as sometimes it turns out that not all the infections were ruled out. Also, you may have some hormonal effect given it takes up to a year to get back into the swing of things. A vaginal probiotic may be helpful to restore normal flora. Consult an obgyn for suggestion on that. Read more...
Possible. Overgrowth of your own flora. Somehow i find this underdiagnosed. It can be treated with antibiotics. Read more...
Depends. Vaginal secretions can be affected by multiple factors such as hormone level, sexual activity, infections , general health and even diet. Some secretions are normal. The nature and quantity varies in each woman depending on where they are in the monthly hormone cycles. So what you are having may be normal. If you have pain, itching, serious odor, etc then maybe you need more evaluation. Read more...

I am experiencing abnormal vaginal discharge. But it smells but it smells like milk and my doctor said it was bacterial?

See an OB/GYN. Abnormal vaginal discharge could be caused by a number of things including bacterial and yeast infections as well as an overgrowth of the normal vaginal flora. The treatment depends on the causing organism. You should see an OB/GYN who can perform an exam to determine the source of the discharge and treat you according to the results from the vaginal swab/cultures that he/she obtains. Read more...