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  • I just got over something similer to this What I had was a Parasitical infection of the inteston.I think that you need to see a gynocologist,like I did,because that is the only way to know for SURE what is wrong with your body,and get PROPER treatment for it! I hope that you feel better soon!*
  • Vaginal discharge is normal and varies during your menstrual cycle. Before ovulation (the release of the egg), there is a lot of mucous produced, up to 30 times more than after ovulation. It is also more watery and elastic during that phase of your cycle. You may want to wear panty liners during that time. The things to be worried about include if the discharge has a yellow or green color, is clumpy like cottage cheese, or has a bad odor. If worried, see a doctor. Vaginal Discharge Vaginal discharge is normal and varies during your menstrual cycle. Before ovulation (the release of the egg), there is a lot of mucous produced, up to 30 times more than after ovulation. It is also more watery and elastic during that phase of your cycle. You may want to wear panty liners during that time. The things to be worried about include if the discharge has a yellow or green color, is clumpy like cottage cheese, or has a bad odor. If worried, see a doctor. * Different Types of Discharge * Is this normal? Different Types of Discharge White: Thick, white discharge is common at the beginning and end of your cycle. Normal white discharge is not accompanied by itching. If itching is present, thick white discharge can indicate a yeast infection. Clear and stretchy: This is "fertile" mucous and means you are ovulating. Clear and watery: This occurs at different times of your cycle and can be particularly heavy after exercising. Yellow or Green: May indicate an infection, especially if thick or clumpy like cottage cheese or has a foul odor. Brown: May happen right after periods, and is just "cleaning out" your vagina. Old blood looks brown. Spotting Blood/Brown Discharge: This may occur when you are ovulating/mid-cycle. Sometimes early in pregnancy you may have spotting or a brownish discharge at the time your period would normally come. If you have spotting at the time of your normal period rather than your usual amount of flow, and you have had sex without using birth control, you should check a pregnancy test. One of the challenges to answering questions is making sure that the person asking the question seeks the advice and care from her doctor when appropriate. There is often information not given that can really change the answer. For instance: * How old are you (really)? * Are you on medications or do you take herbs or vitamins? * Do you have pain or itching? * Are you pregnant? * Do you have other health problems (like diabetes)? An important question is sexual activity. Sometimes it isn't accurate to simply say yes or no. Symptoms can depend on the number of sexual partners, kind of sexual partners, birth control, birth control failure, kind of sex you are having and if abuse is involved. I think you can see, it can get pretty complicated to get all the information needed to give the best answer possible. With that said, here is my best answer to the common question of vaginal discharge. A normal vaginal discharge consists of about a teaspoon (4 milliliters) a day that is white or transparent, thick to thin, and odorless. This is formed by the normal bacteria and fluids the vaginal cells put off. The discharge can be more noticeable at different times of the month depending on ovulation, menstrual flow, sexual activity and birth control. It is not uncommon for the normal discharge to be dark, brown or discolored a day or two following the menstrual period. If you are having any of the symptoms below see your health care provider. * Pain * Itching * Discomfort * Rash or sores alone or with a vaginal discharge A brown vaginal discharge may be an indication of problems, such as vulvar vestibulitis or verruca. Pregnant women usually have more secretions than when they were non-pregnant. The secretion is normal if it is clear or whitish and does not smell. If you notice some color changes in the flow especially with such symptoms as cramping and period-like pains, contact a doctor. A brown vaginal discharge may be an indication of problems, such as vulvar vestibulitis or verruca. Brown Vaginal Discharge - Vulvar Vestibulitis, Verruca This condition may be indicative of a miscarriage or that something is wrong with the baby. You will have to undergo a careful medical examination. An ultrasound may be performed to determine the state of the fetus. If a miscarriage is diagnosed, further treatment may be necessary. A brown vaginal discharge may be an indication of problems, such as vulvar vestibulitis or verruca.

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