Hi, what does it mean if you have a yellow discharge everyday? Because I have one everyday. I'm not sexually acitve and I have never been. And it's like a urine color yellow. I've been to the gynecologist before and my doctor said it smell kind of fishy and that it may have been bacterial vaginosa before so she gave me pills but they didnt help much at all. because i'm still having a yellow discharge, and the only difference now is that it doesnt smell like fish. Can someone please tell me what this could possibly be
Sounds like an infection to me. Yellow discharge is not normal. White or clear discharge is, but it should not be any other color. I would go to another doctor for a second opinion. And if they give you anti-biotics, make sure they are of a stronger type.
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