Could an STD cause the mucus from your vagina to be more chunky?

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July 15, 2015 9:34PM

STDs can cause abnormal vaginal discharge. This is usually

called vaginitis; it is caused by candida, gardnerella, herpes,

trichomonas, and mycoplasma bacterias and viruses and other

microorganisms. Vaginitis may cause itching inside & outside

the vagina, pain in the vaginal area, vaginal discharge that is

abnormal in color (yellow or thick white), and unplesant odor. It

sounds like this may be a yeast infection which has a thick cottage

cheese discharge with a foul odor. It is best to see a doctor to

determine the cause, so that the appropriate treatment can be

given.


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