Ok, i have been to several urologist & gyn's but no one has any answers. I've been told: some women just do that,or- its just blood in my urine & thats normal and then the last time i was told i was just fat and nothing would help me except to lose weight! well, ive lost 40 pounds and i still have the brown dis charge that appears to be coming from my vagina but has the odor of urine. I have to wear pads everyday/all day. If i don't it really stains my panties. But i can put a t.ampon in and it will absorb the wettness, but it smells like urine & looks like brown urine coming from my vagina.Has anyone ever heard of anything like this? Please give any advice that i can use, I am 41 & a newlywed...so i am very eager to get this solved..ha..and yes, i was this way before i met my husbnd so he didn't give me a STD! Thank you
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