i am 51,in 2009 i had a surgery for urethra sling implant,it did not work so ive had 3 more recently i had another sling put in by a different doctor! ive had nothing but problems,infections,pressure,backache,urinating every 10 minutes,ect.in nov of this yr i had a bunch of uterine fibroids and had the uteris taken out...just about 3 mos ago i have had off and on discharge from my vagina,a clear slimey non odor discharge. i wonder if its related to medipause or premedipause??? my breast r also real sore off and on,had a normal mamagram 2 mos ago,hmmmm
This discharge is more likely to be due to local causes in the vagina. If simple measures like keeping the area dry can clean do not help then you should check out with your gynaecologist to rule out infection or cysts etc.
Hope this helps.
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