hi, i am new here, and i am so very concious about what i felt last few days until now. i found something smelly in my vagina and it smells bad, the color is mild yellow .. i dont know what i am going to do.. is there an infection in my vagina area? please reply me.. thanks!
It's hard to say what kind of infection it is, if that's what's going on. If it's a yeast infection you would most likely be having itching and possible burning. There would also be a cottage cheese like discharge.
You may have a bacterial infection. There can be more of a smell with this kind of infection. Yeast infections can be treated with over the counter medication. Bacterial infections should be treated with antibiotics your Dr prescribes. So, you really need to see your Dr to find out what's going on.
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