To have some discharge is ok, but to have a lot with a strong odor that is not ok. The only odor should be light, and just the smell of having sex. Not anything strong or foul. You should call your gyn as soon as possible to make an appt. If you don't have a gyn, ask a friend to recommend one or go to planned parenthood or a clinic like that. Good Luck!
I don't wholly agree with the previous answer.
You say you notice this 'after being sexually active.' How soon or long after sexual activity?
For example, if you have intercourse at night, might you notice it in the morning? Or if you have sex in the afternoon, do you notice it later that day?
If the answer is yes, the discharge may not be what is usually considered discharge. When you wash up or shower after sex, you may not be able to reach the most important spots. Often people just want to remove the obvious sticky traces that are external. But it doesn't take long after intercourse for semen to 'melt' (I don't know if there is a technical term for this) to a clear almost watery texture. Even very thick semen, seems to liquify and, along with a woman's own natural excretions, will run or drip out of her vagina. (You know what I mean... you stand up after sex and suddenly you feel it running down your thighs?)
But these sexual fluids, if the remain in the vagina for a while while develop an odor. And in my experience, it is semen that smells fishy, not a clean vagina.The discharge you speak of could very well be some remaining semen and vaginal excretions leaking out.
The only help for this would be to cleanse yourself more thoroughly after intercourse. A douche would work, but I don't like them because they wash away your natural lubrication (and I think they can upset your natural pH balance.) Using your own fingers or hands, or a *soft*, *clean* washcloth, you can often clean inside the vaginal canal a little ways, anyway. Be cautious of what kind of soap you use for this, too. It can cause irritation unless it's very mild.
Now, if what I've described doesn't fit your symptoms or situation, then I agree that you should consider discussing this with your doctor.
I had sex a month ago one time and just a few weeks later I noticed the odor it had no strange color or it didnt look different just the odor and alot for discharge.
While all the above answers are very good, did you use a condom? If not you may have contracted an STI such as chlamydia this infection can cause an increase in vaginal discharge with no odor while this is one of the symptoms many women have no sypmtoms so if this sounds like a possibility go to ob/gyn or your local clinic to get tested if it comes back positive don't worry you can cure this one , but b a little more cautious next time!!!!!!!!! Hope this helps a little. God Bless!
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.
yes it is a form of puberty or it is an infection
Normal discharge means NO INFECTIONS - in this case men cannot have discharge after sex BUT if the origin of discharge is sexually transmitted infections - YES, men can get it after sex.
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.
why wouldn't it be
The vagina is always moist and sometimes a bit more then that. It's perfectly normal and often tied to our cycle. You can also be aroused without being sexually active.
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.
clear discharge can secrete everyday for some people, especially if you are sexually active, however, because discharge is a form of cleansing the body, i would say you should drink plenty of water if you dont already (8 glasses a day)or it may be the start of a yeast infection which is very normal and common. clear discharge that doesnt have a smell is nothing to worry about, its only if its smelly and thick
Discharge is the normal cleaning process of the vagina. Discharge changes in consistency and appearance throughout the menstrual cycle. Discharge can also be caused by infections or conditions that are not sexually transmitted, such as bacterial vaginosis or yeast infection.
It is discharge, which is perfectly normal, it is just something that cleans your vagina. However, sometimes there might be too much discharge or it might be a strange colour and then you would need to see a doctor. But other than that it is perfectly normal to have discharge.
Just tell her. It can be a yeast infection if it is thick, white, and itchy. If it has these symptoms you can buy an over the counter cream to get rid of it. Or it can be part of your cycle. Often women just before their period will have a discharge and this is very normal. Tell her, she will ask you questions about it, and know what to do. If you are not sexually active you are NOT pregnant.
Yup...especially if you're sexually active.
Yes it is normal to have vaginal discharge daily. A milky colored discharge is normal discharge
No. That means you have an std or sti. (sexually transmitted disease-infection.) Speak to your doctor asap.
It really depends when you are getting this brown discharge. Brown blood at the beginning of a period is quite normal. Brown blood for a day or so at any other time during your cycle is not normal. If you are meaning that you are getting a brown discharge everyday throughout your whole cycle, it sounds like the pill that you are taking is not strong enough for you. It is not strong enough to regulate when your body is to bleed and when not to bleed, meaning that you are bleeding a tiny bit everyday. I would go back to your doctor and get a different prescription for another pill. There are many to take and you need to find the right one for you. It is NOT normal for a 14 year old to be sexually active, in fact it is ILLEGAL.
the discharge could come from what they call back flow. that is when some of the male semen make its way out. as long there is no foul smell or pain accompanying the discharge, this is normal.
Is it normal 2 have a yellow are white discharge?
Yes, Clear discharge is normal.
NO!!! See your doctor, could be a problem with the pregnancy or an infection, possibly even a sexually transmitted disease.
It depends on what type of discharge. If the discharge is blood, then of course it is normal.
It is normal to skip your period due to hormonal fluctuations. Of course you could also be pregnant if you are sexually active. If you are concerned, see your doctor.
Yes, a clear odorless discharge is normal.
It is perfectly fine It just means you are sexually active In other words horny
The white, liquid,clearish thing that comes out from your vagina is not a period. It's called a discharge and you get it when your close to your period,sexually active, or just cleaning your body. It is normal to get it and it is also normal to get it every single day! I got my period like 2 months after I got my discharge. but when my period was coming, the discharge was thick, and was coming out than before. If your period is coming soon and your at school, you better bring pads (or any other period materials) into your backpack or your locker so when you get it, you can just put it on. Hope this helped!-Webcasey