White creamy discharge but no itch or smell?

Possibly leukorrhea. There is a normal vaginal discharge called leukorrhea which varies in amount , consistency & color. Can be clear to white. Can be fluid-like to sticky. No odor, no redness, no burning, no itching, no pain. If you have a new rash or it is symptomatic - please have it checked by your gynecologist.

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I have some white creamy discharge from vagina! No itching or smell or nothing should I still be worried?

creamy discharge. If you are not pregnant, then one has to consider either a fungal or bacterial infection. Check with your gynecologist for a possible culture. Read more...

Thick white creamy discharge, smells like onions and it itches badly?

Yeast. It says you are female, so the most likely thing is a yeast infection, although trichomonas and bacterial vaginosis is also possible. The best thing is to see a doctor to make the proper diagnosis. The next best thing is to try a topical over the counter medication like monistat. Read more...
Vaginal? I assume you are talking about vaginal discharge. A common cause of white discharge is candidiasis or a "yeast infection". Alternatively, some bacterial infections of the vaginal tract can present similarly. Read more...

White creamy discharge with no smell or itching. What is it? Me and my boyfriend recently tried conceiving about 2 weeks ago.

Exam needed. To get an accurate DX you will need to have an exam. Then the discharge will be sent to the lab and a correct DX and treatment (if needed) will be Rxed by your DR. Read more...

Looks like my skin is peeling when I wipe down there. Very little itching. A little sore after wiping. No smell. White creamy discharge?

Infection- see GYN. you must be examined and cultured. I suggest a GYN exam and pelvic exam ASAP. Read more...
If a white discharge. is present, a yeast infection would be my first diagnosis. I would try OTC treatment with clotrimazole first. Also consider contact dermatitis: vaginal tissues can become irritated and inflamed by something touching them...detergent, soap, lubricant, condom. Or just plain dryness.Eliminate the soap/detergent, etc issues and try the OTC treatment. If symptoms persist, see your doctor for diagnosis. Read more...
Possibile Candida. You may have a yeast (Candida) infection which also causes a white discharge and occasional soreness. This usually responds to Monistat (miconazole)cream or Terazol (terconazole) cream. However, without examining you I can't make a precise diagnosis, for which you would have to consult your physician. Read more...

What does a white, creamy discharge with a smell mean? It does not itch or burn.

Yeast. You can try a topical antifungal but make sure it is formulated for the area affected. Drink plenty of water. See a doctor if it gets worse. . Read more...

I have white creamy discharge and it can sometimes be thick but I have no itching, swelling whatsoever, is this normal?

Possibly normal. It's not uncommon for women to have varying amounts, colors and consistencies of vaginal discharge, that often vary based on the point during your menstrual cycle. It's common at the end of a women's period to have thick white discharge. Though it can also represent a yeast infection too; this tends not to come and go. If it really bothers you consider seeing your doctor . Best of luck. . Read more...

I have been having a white creamy discharge and my vagina swells up & feels itching and irritating?

Infection. This is likely a yeast infection, but it also may be a sexually transmitted infection or another type of infection called bacterial vaginosis. Getting treatment quickly is important, also getting checked for HIV if it is an std. Read more...