White milky discharge or white creamy discharge is completely normal and helps to keep vaginal tissues healthy and free from infections. Normal milky discharge from the vagina changes in consistency during your menstrual period and has no odor. The vaginal discharge can range from clear and watery during ovulation to milky white and sticky at other times. Pregnancy and sexual arousal can also cause an increase in white discharge. Any kind of change in consistency, color, and smell of the milky discharge from the vagina could be a sign of a vaginal infection. For example, fungal and bacterial infections can cause the white milky discharge to turn yellow, green, or brown.
Watery White Discharge: Types, Causes and Treatments
Watery White Discharge: Types, Causes and Treatments - Conceive Success
Camellia over a year ago. Guest over a year ago. A lot of the time, doctors just assume you have a yeast infection, but if it is not thick and clumpy and does not itchy, those are subtle discharge differences that show you probably have something else. I would find a new doctor. All women have vaginal discharge at some time or the other in their lives. This vaginal discharge may be normal - that is, it may be due to a normal physiological process in the body. Vaginal discharge is termed abnormal or pathological when the discharge is due to some disease process.
What do different types of vaginal discharge mean?
Guest over a year ago. Hi there. It usually happens to me when I am about to get my period, and it goes away for three days, but now it lasts for 15 days.
There are various types of discharges some are : white discharge, milky discharge, creamy discharge, watery discharge, sticky discharge, slippery discharge and so on. It is normal for a woman to have vaginal discharge. Remember vaginal discharge helps keeps your vaginal health. If your vaginal discharge is clumpy white discharge with no odor but you are itching and you have a burning vulva then you may have yeast infection also known as thrush.