I've been getting a white cloudy viginal discharge with a smell too it for awhile the times that I've gotten a pap it doesn't show no infections. Can this occur because of my partners semen? the smell gets stronger during and after intercourse. I do not feel any itching or redness just the discharge
when i was pregnant I had the same thing. I did not have any itching and burning and went to OB and she immediately saw that it was a yeast infection..she examined me for a split second and instantly knew without having a test done. Your situation sounds similar.
ive had some verry strong and nasty smell for the last 4 months ive tryed dush and vagesile but it wont go away, i have sum discharge but its clear and the smell gets stronger right after intercorse what can it be?
i am 48 years old recently after intercorse i have had a discolored viginal discharge that feels like a slight yeast infection . i think the discharge may be causing the irritation but im trying to figure out what is causing the discharge , i also feel swolen . i was not having sex for several years until recently and several years ago i had a oblation (ablation) and i havent had any kind of estrogen other than what my body has produced.
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