Yes, those very well could be symptoms of an infection, an allergy, or one of a number of different aliments, without seeing the animal for myself, I can not say for sure what it could be. Please get your companion to the vet ASAP.. Especially, if the symptoms have become presistent and/or severe..
Hi, A brown vaginal discharge is usually old blood or infection. You need to see your doctor to rule out infection. If its not a UTI, Vaginal infection etc then it could be early pregnancy discharge but its most likely infection.
That is discharge. Or if you've had sex it could be seman. If that's the case then you could have an infection. Check with your doctor just to be sure.
It could be a yeast infection; get it checked out. The discharge when you ovulate can also be thicker and whiteish. Unless it smells or itch it's most likely not a infection.
It depends on where the discharge is coming from. If you are male and the discharge is coming from your penis I would venture to guess you have a UTI and quite probably a kidney infection. If you are female and the discharge is coming from your meatus (where urine comes out)...then again, I'd say chances are high that you have another UTI or probably a kidney infection. If the discharge is from your vagina then it most likely is yeast. Either way, you should see a doctor immediately.
this could be that you are aroused by something.
Yellow DischargeYou could have a yeast infection. However, that would itch.Yellow discharge, especially along with a bad odor, is usually a sign of infection.It could be Yeast Infection, Chlamydia, Or Gonorrhea or it may be nothing there are many women that have a lot of discharge and it's perfectly normal. But if it smells, itches, or is chunky then it may be a problem.
It could be discharge from a yeast infection.
The white discharge could be a infection.
an increase in discharge could possibly be sign of pregnancy, however if it is a change in color from your normal there could also be a possible infection.
Yellowish discharge is a sign of infection or disease not pregnancy. You should probably see a doctor.
Could it possibly be a yeast infection?
Could be implantation bleeding. or signs of an infection.
It could be a STI or yeast infection. See a doctor.
It is normal for a woman to have some yellow or white discharge. The amount of discharge is affected by the woman's cycle. Also, as a woman becomes aroused she will have a release of discharge as well. This is all perfectly healthy and normal as long as there is no foul smell coming from her vagina which could signal an infection.
Could be a UTI, or Urinary Tract Infection. Don't mess around with it! Go to a doctor! If left untreated, it could make you sterile so you will not be able to have children.
Vaginal discharge is not usually brown. This could be from an infection in which dried blood from your period is coming out... I would get it checked out by a doctor since it is not supposed to be brown!!
This could indicate a yeast infection, vaginitis, or possibly an STD.
No. It may have an eye infection, which could cause a discharge, but a platypus does not cry.
No it's normal for women to have vaginal discharge, it's the vagina's way of cleaning itself and keeping foreign invaders that could cause infection out. If the discharge is thick and smells bad it could be a yeast infection, which is easy to treat with over-the-counter medication available at any pharmacy
The answer to that is a yeast infection and you need to consult with your OB-Gyn This may be a mild yeast infection.
If you are having a white gooey stuff discharge from your vagina, you should have it evaluated by a doctor. It may be normal, or it could indicate an infection that needs to be treated.
I would say the discharge is from ovulating. A clear discharge is common when a woman ovulates.
There could actually be a couple of reasons why there is white discharge coming from the cats private area. It could possibly tapeworm or mucus from the colon. The cat will need to be taken to the vet.
Leaking of amniotic fluid or unusual vaginal discharge, and fever could signal the onset of infection.