Can an STD cause breast discharge?
No, leaking milk isn't a side affect of a STD.
An exam and testing will easily distinguish a yeast infection from an STD. If you have had sex and are having discomfort or discharge, it is important to get tested. By the colour and smell of the Discharge The creamy white discharge that many women get monthly is caused by changes in hormone levels, it has very little odor and is not associated with any infection. Discharge from a yeast infection is very itchy, it…
Hormones excreted during intercourse and orgasm can cause a discharge from the male or female - it is most likely to happen in a woman who is or has been pregnant or recently stopped breast feeding. If this does not apply to you, you should discuss this with your doctor as there are medical conditions that can also cause the discharge.
STD stands for Sexually Transmitted Disease. Vaginal discharge is not an STD, it is a normal function of the vagina to keep itself clean and healthy. Change in vaginal discharge can be an indication of an STI, STD, or general vaginal infection so if you see unusual discharge go to your doctor, it's also important if sexually active that you get regular STI/STD screening because some STI's/STD's don't have symptoms.
You should consult with a doctor. Some women have slightly colored discharge and it is perfectly normal, but for others it can be a sign of infection or STD. Yellow discharge is most commonly associated with Bacterial Vaginosis or yeast infections, but only your doctor can determine the cause of any changes in your discharge.