Yes, this could mean you have a std... you should get tested!
If the discharge is unusual, no. It probably means something is wrong, especially if the discharge has a bad odor. You should see a doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment.
There is not usually a notable odor in gonorrhea infection. See your health care provider for testing if you you have a discharge with odor.
If it is strictly an odor, no. Sometimes odor can be a result of infections though, this can affect your fertility. All women naturally have a vaginal odor. This is because the vagina is a self-cleaning organ. The odor is just the smell of your vagina discharge. This discharge changes with your cycle. When your discharge is clear and stretchy, this is generally the sign that you are ovulating (which is the best time to try to conceive). The odor of discharge is often strongest during ovulation or right before your period. Exercising can also change the consistency and odor of your discharge as well. So to answer your question, odor alone will not affect your fertility but the reason for the odor can affect your fertility.
Discharge with an odor may be trichomoniasis.This is usually Trichomonisis. Go to the doctor and get an antibiotic (usually flagyl or tinidhzole) to get rid of the infection.
Discharge may have an odor, but not a really offensive one.
A STD can cause a yellow smelly discharge.
It is probably chlamydia or gonorrhea. It could mean a lot of things. It would depend on the consistancy and the odor. For instance thin white discharge with no odor is normal. However if it is thick and has a odor it could be several things most commonly a UTI or a yeast infection. You should go to the doctor to get it checked out.
Just because there isn't odor doesn't mean that there isn't an infection. It is important to see a Dr. to make sure nothing bad is happening.
Is a yellowish discharge and slight odor normal after vaginal hyserectomy
that it is time to go to the clinic. any irregular discharge along with foul odor indicates an infection of some kind. kind of like mucus when your sick,when its different colors and coming out of you in large amounts, you know your sick
Sorry, you can't cure normal vaginal discharge. However if you have abnormal discharge or burning and foul odor you may have an infection, which should be treated by a doctor, not water.
As long as there is no burning, itch or bad odor from the discharge, it is most likely normal cervical mucus, which is the body's way of keeping the vagina clean.
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.
Vaginal discharge is normal during pregnancy. However vaginal discharge with a strong odour is usually a indication of an infection. See your Doctor for treatment as it can affect the baby during delivery.
Normal discharge increasing is completely normal, during pregnancy. Discharge with blood, bad odor or green, yellow discoloration needs to be brought to your doctors attention, as a possible sign of infection.
Only if there is no odor or itching and burning.
Discharge is common among females but if it is discolored or has a strong odor, you should go see a doctor.
You most likely have an infection. You should see a doctor as soon as possible, as a foul odor and discharge are generally a signs of bacterial vaginosis, which can only be treated with antibiotics.
that means your not keeping it clean or need to keep it cleaner,just wash more.
Douches will help the odor, but you may not want to use them very often, because that could become harmful, discharge is something every woman has so douching will not get rid of it
The discharge from herpes sores can be clear or pus-like. A woman with herpes on the cervix may have a clear vaginal discharge without odor.
Pus can cause it. If it has a bad odor see a doctor. Discharge can also have a different color when you ovulate.
It's normal for the vagina to have sometimes white discharge and also a odor but if it smells bad like rotten fish you have a infection and needs to see the doctor so you get the right medication prescribed.