If it is white, clumpy, cottage cheese like discharge then you have a yeast infection that's the only reason you would discharge when pregnant.
All yeast infections do not itch. White, clumpy discharge with no itching can be a sign of a vaginal infection or perhaps a piece of toilet paper that has worked its way up into the vaginal canal and caused an irritation. It can also be caused by a hormonal imbalance. It can also be caused by an allergic reaction to some forms of birth control. Anytime it is white and clumpy, it should be checked by the doctor and cultured to be sure.
The color red means your period, yellow and clumpy or white and clumpy means an anfection. And black and greenish ar serious if you have that I reccommend you to a doctor.
Impossible to tell without seeing it. See a doctor.
It could mean you have some sort of infection/std, and should get it checked out.
Possible yeast infection get to your doctor to have that checked out and make sure that it is diagnosed properly that way you can take care of it Good Luck and God Bless!!!
If you're having itching or odor with the discharge, see hyour health care provider for diagnosis. If there is no odor or itch, there is no cause for concern.
If it is clumpy but soft and without a smell and occurs after your period it should be normal, but if it is thick and in particles are cheese like, then you either having a fungal or bacterial infection. See a doctor of advice on medication.
No. If you're noticing a white, clumpy discharge it could mean that you have a yeast infection. The best way to tell if you're pregnant is to take a pregnancy test. If it's positive you should make an appointment with your doctor to confirm.
its a sign of yeast infection , go see a doctor.
yes it can mean your pregnant if the discharge is white and stretchy-
Brown is period. white is normal.
Hello, Several things can cause this type of discharge. * UTI * Yeast infection. * Pregnancy (implantation bleeding). * Approaching period. * Ovulation discharge.
Yes. You should go and see your doctor to get some treatment for it
It doesn't mean anything if you get white discharge. Most discharge is white in colour, the colours that may suggest a problem are grey or green, sometimes pink or brown (spotting) if inexplicable.
A white discharge usually means a vaginal infection.
It's possible, but the typical vaginal discharge from chlamydia, in those rare patients who have symptoms, is smooth and yellow.
That you are ovulating
That you are ovulating
Discharge changes throughout pregnancy due to all the hormones going through your body. It's normal.
Your discharge gets heavier and more sticky.
Normal vaginal discharge includes:Clear, white, cream, off-white, yellow, pink, or brown in colour.Lotion-like or mucus.Musky but clean scent.Changes throughout your menstrual cycle.Abnormal vaginal discharge includes:Green or grey discharge.Pink or brown discharge when not expected.Clumpy like cottage-cheese, watery, or foamy.Fishy, ammonia, or yeast odour.Causes irritation or accompanied by soreness.
White discharge after your period means that you're a normal healthy female. Females are supposed to have discharge all the time as it's how the vagina stays clean.
It is normal for most females to have a discharge from puberty through and after menopause.