i would take an early morning urine sample to your docs for investigation
YOU HAVE AN STD. GO TO THE NEAREST CLINIC FOR HELP!!!!
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.
Could it possibly be a yeast 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.
could be infection, or maybe shes starting her period
Contact your doctor. It could be an infection of some kind.
No it is not, it could mean that you have an acute fungal infection or if you are sexually active it could possibly mean that you have an sexually transmitted disease: chlamydia, trichomoniasis, or gonorrhea are amongst the STD that can cause yellow/greenish discharge.
It's important to go and see your doctor or gynaecologist. That sounds like it could be some kind of infection. The infection could also be causing you not to have your period.
These are signs of a infection.
You should see a doctor for any sort of discharge during pregnacy. It could be an infection which they would need to treat.
You need to see your OBGYN, you could have an infection or an STD. Good luck and God Bless:)
Discharge during pregnancy is normal! It is normal to have a havy flow of discharge. But, if the discharge has a green or yellow tint or a very foul smell, it could mean there is an infection and you should see your doctor about it.
You could be starting to get a yeast infection. See a dr. cause it could be something else.
AnswerNo it is not normal. You could have a yeast or bacterial infection or if you are sexualy active (even if you use condoms) you could have a STD. You should make a appointment with your local health department or your private doctor.no what does it mean if you only have yellow discharge?
highly unlikely...its probably a yeast infection...
Maybe no, because it could mean an infection. see ur doctor ASAP.
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.
It could be a sign of several different things including a yeast infection or a bacterial infection. See your dr as soon as possible.
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.
Yes. However, if the discharge has a strange smell, color, or consistency (ex. yellow or thicker than normal), you should consult with your doctor because that could be an indication of infection.
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
Normal discharge varies for each woman. Generally, slightly yellow, white, and clear discharge is normal. The color and consistency of discharge can change depending on where a woman is in her cycle. However, if yellow discharge is abnormal for you, it could be a sign of infection. Bacterial vaginosis is most commonly associated with a yellow or green colored discharge and can also cause some itching around the vaginal area. It is important to make an appointment with your doctor to be properly diagnosed, as some infections require antibiotics.
Yellow vaginal discharge could be an infection like chlamydia or trichomoniasis, or could be from some other cause. If you are at risk for sexually transmissible infections, get tested at your primary health care provider, women's health provider, urgent care, family planning office, or department of health.
It could be discharge from a yeast infection.
The white discharge could be a infection.