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Milky white discharge is a sign of chlamydia.


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Usually this infection is chlamydia, if it is an STD.

Chlamydia or gonorrhea could be the cause of the discharge.

STDs can cause a milky white vaginal or penile discharge. See your health care provider for an exam if you have an unusual discharge.

This is normal. Discharge often happens between periods.

NO, it maybe a sign of chlamydia. have yourself check. it is an infection that needed to be cured.

Chlamydia discharge will be greenish, yellowish, or grayish (not white).

Typically, if a person has symptoms, the vaginal discharge with chlamydia is yellow, but some may have spotting or bleeding that can cause red or brown color. Penile discharge may be yellow, white, or clear. But most women and many men have no symptoms of chlamydia, so in women, most typically the discharge does not look any different from normal vaginal discharge.

Several STDs cause discharge; chlamydia, gonorrhea (a white or yellow green pus), or trichomoniasis (gray or yellow green pus and smells fishy). You need to check this out with your doctor.

it could be Chlamydia or genital warts but i dont know i have never had it before lol \ Bryce, Trolol

Yes, increased white discharge without irritation or odor (leukorrhea) is a common symtom of early pregnancy. Such a discharge could also be a vaginal infection. See your health care provider for advice specific to your situation.

You need to see your doctor.This may be a sign of an Infectious Disease such as Chlamydia, Trichomonas or even Gonorrhea. You should see your doctor.

I've seen on several websites that white or milky looking discharge or watery to mildly thick discharge is normal in pregnancy and usually is in abundance.

Usually whitish or milky, off-white color.

Do you mean in the vagina?That would be a discharge =/

If it is STI related, it is likely chlamydia or gonorrhea.

Yes, it will also cause moderate to severe pain. A white discharge of mucus or pus is also common. Half of men with chlamydia have no symptoms. If you think you have chlamydia, see your health care provider right away for treatment. It can be cured completely with antibiotics.

Usually signs of chlamydia take 1 to 3 weeks; but you could be infected. You need to be tested.

A thick, milky white discharge is normal and is probably from ovulation (releasing an egg) which is a normal part of every woman's cycle A yellowish discharge, however, can indicate a yeast infection or another type of infection, so it is important that you speak to your doctor about yellow discharge

It could be Trichomoniasis; men may have a thin white discharge and painful urination. In addition, it could be chlamydia or gonorrhea.

If the discharge is a very milky and white with a none smelling then yes it could be sign but if the discharge becomes thick and smelly then you need to go to the doctors.

You will only get this milky discharge during pregnancy when you are 3-5 months into the pregnancy. Its most likely too much progesterone in your blood. See your doctor about the discharge.

Milky discharge from your vagina? Probably not, that is usually a sign of ovulation. You should be getting your period soon after. Milky discharge from your breasts, possibly. If you are unsure, go see your doctor or take a home pregnancy test. No. It is possible to be pregnant. Cramping is usually an early sign of implantation and the white milky discharge can also be a sign. I would advise you to take a HPT or go to your doctor to be tested. That's the only way to be sure.

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