This color is usually a sign of an infection, but if you know you’re in the clear what you eat could affect the color. Some people report this color change occurring whenever they take new vitamins or try certain foods.
You need to see your OBGYN, you could have an infection or an STD. Good luck and God Bless:)
That sounds like an infection. Go and see your doctor
This is likely a bacterial infection. You need to visit a doctor for antibiotics.
When the discharge is yellowish green means that you have an acute fungal infection. So, see your gynaecologist soon.
This type of discharge is likely a bacterial STD. Go to a doctor and get it checked out.
Yellowish discharge is a sign of infection or disease not pregnancy. You should probably see a doctor.
Could it possibly be a yeast infection?
probably trigamosis a infection
Dark yellow discahrge
The birth control pill can change vaginal discharge, but a yellow discharge is a possible sign of infection. See your health care provider as soon as possible.
The thick milky yellow discharge is nothing more then a infection.
Milky white discharge is a sign of chlamydia.
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.
A dirty discharge is a sign of vaginal infection, cheesy chlamydia, green discharge gonorrhea and syphilis.
Is yellow vaginal discharge without foul odor or higher than 4.5 pH or itching and burning normal and what is the normal amount of discharge per day?
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.
Yes!!! Endometriosis does cause discharge. The color range from a light brownish color to a mucus-like consistency.
a vaginal discharge can be caused by a number of factors at any age. The best thing to do is see a doctor for a proper exam.
Normal vaginal discharge should never be accompanied by itching or burning.
it's called vaginal discharge. it's what comes out when your body "cleans out" the inside of the vagina. it's very normal.