Discharge, odor. Bacterial vaginitis can cause vaginal irritation, discharge, and a foul, fishy odor. See your gyn for diagnosis and treatment.
Discharge with odor. The most common symptoms reported by patients with bacterial vaginosis are a vaginal discharge with foul, fishy odor. Sometimes irritation may be the presenting complaint, or the patient may have no symptoms at all and it is found on exam for a different reason. An exam by your doctor with microscopic examination of the discharge as well as a measurement of its pH is recommended before therapy.
Discharge. Vaginal discharge, occasionally malodorus, itching or discomfort in the vagina are the most frequent symptoms. Oftentimes, it goes unnoticed for a woman, though.
Bacterial vaginosis. This condition is characterized by vaginal discharge that is thin and grayish white, has a foul-smelling "fishy" vaginal odor, especially after sexual intercourse. There may also be vaginal itching and burning during urination.
Vaginosis. Foul smelling vaginal discharge.
Odor, discharge. A "fishy" odor is the single most diagnostic symptom of bv, usually accompanied by a thin greyish white discharge. It does not usually cause itching or irritation. It may be more noticeable after sex. Many women have BV but have no symptoms at all.
Irritation & odor. Bacterial vaginosis symptoms usually include vaginal irritation, sometimes itching, grey discharge and a fishy odor. It is diagnosed by a wet mount in which your provider looks at the vaginal discharge under a microscope, a dna test or a culture. It is treated with an antibiotic taken vaginally or by mouth. Douching can increase the chance of getting this infection.
Maybe. If a man is circumcised, he probably wouldn't have any symptoms. Sometimes uncircumcised men can become irritated between the foreskin and the head of the penis.
Several. Common symptoms of bacterial vaginosis include a thin discharge, which may or may not be irritating. Also a foul or fishy odor, especially after intercourse. Treatment includes either vaginal antibiotic cream or oral medication, also using boric acid suppositories (usually available by prescription and made up in a compounding pharmacy) to lower the vaginal ph.