Is it normal for women to have vaginal discharge?

Yes. Some vaginal discharge during the menstrual cycle is normal. The discharge should not have an odor and there should be no itching.
Yes. It is normal for women to have vaginal discharge, but not all vaginal discharge is normal. If there is any change in your normal pattern in your discharge, you may want to see your primary care physician or gynecologist. Some discharge may indicate vaginal infection if it's like cottage cheese, foamy, yellow, green, gray or associated with itching, irritation, or a bad odor.
Yes. Whit discharge with no odor is normal discharge may be clear and almost like egg white when you are ovulating.

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Is creamy white vaginal discharge normal for women in their teens and twenties?

YES. Many women have a normal discharge that is related to secretions from the various glands in the vagina. But it could also be signs of infection. So if in doubt, get it evaluated by you doctor. Read more...

Yes I'm 36 yr old female is it normal to have excessive vaginal discharge? I'm thinking I'm going to have to start wearing a pad it's gotten so bad!

Not normal. I think the description of "excessive" pretty much means you know the answer to your own question :). That is certainly not normal. Please see a doctor to determine the cause of this discharge, and get appropriate treatment. Best wishes. Read more...

Do women have different types of normal vaginal discharge on different days of their cycles?

Yes. A woman may perceive a change in the quality/quantity of normal vaginal secretions (discharge) @different times during her cycle & during her life. The interplay of hormonal and physiologic changes in a woman's body will cause the discharge. Provided that there isn't any associated odor/burning/itching/rashes associated with the discharge, then the discharge is normal. Read more...

I'm 33 years old female I have very high RBC in urine (50-150mm3). I had ct scan and all seems normal. Could it be from vaginal discharge as I breastfed?

Sometimes. Breastfeeding would be unrelated, but yes, in women who are on their period or spotting a urinalysis can show blood that is not really coming from the bladder. A doctor may perform a catheter urine collection to eliminate the chance of contamination from vaginal blood/discharge. If the blood really is from the bladder and with no recent UTI, further testing may be needed, i.e. cystoscopy. Read more...

My vaginal discharge normal or abnormal?

Depends. Every woman has vaginal discharge. The amount and consistency can change with the hormones through the month. Discharge is only abnormal if it burns, smells bad or is irritating. Some stds such as chlamydia do not always cause a discharge so if you are worried you have gotten an std, you will need a urine or vaginal test done. Read more...

Clear thinsticky vaginal discharge normal?

Vaginal secretions. Leukorrhea is normal vaginal discharge (d/c). D/c is composed of cellular debris, vaginal secretions ; bacteria ; is stimulated by ^ vaginal blood flow ; ^ estrogen. D/c ^ is seen w ovulation (clear ; like uncooked egg whites), clear/watery or white d/c both occur during menstrual cycle.; pregnancy (white/ milky). It can be thin or thick ; white to yellowish. Leukorrhea usually doesn't cause an. Read more...