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Bizarre Discharge- maybe yeast?
For the past month or so, I have been experiencing the weirdest discharge ever. It is whitish in color, but isn't chunky like a yeast infection, it resembles a white paste almost. I am not experiencing any itching or any smells, but what I find strange about this discharge is the fact that I will be at work or wherever, and all of a sudden I feel it pour out. It feels like it quickly drops out of my vagina. Sometimes it might look like as much as a teaspoon, other times, it creates a little puddle that is the size of a nickle. Any ideas? Every year when I go to the gyno, I am told that I have a yeast infection...but I have never been diagnosed with chronic ones or anything. Any ideas?? Anyone experience anything similar to this??
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- If it's not a yeast infection it could be what's also known as bacterial vaginosis. Most women with BV have no symptoms at all. Sometimes a woman has more vaginal discharge than usual and sometimes it is accompanied by a "fishy" odor. Other symptoms women may experience include itching or burning in or near the vagina.
Just because you don't have all the symptoms, or a odor doesn't mean you might not have a yeast infection or in fact. BV. Get to a Dr. and mention it to him/her so you can be probably treated.#1; Sat, 15 Dec 2007 21:19:00 GMT
- I always had a thick discharge just like yours. Sometimes it had an odor, but sometimes it didn't. What worked (for me) was dramatically cutting down on refined sugars. I found that whenever I had a piece of cake or ice cream that my body output at least 3 times more discharge. The yeast THRIVES on the sugar, and it's best to cut it out as much as you can. You may have a Ph imbalance as well. Drink more grapefruit juice or orange juice because they are very acidic and it balances it out. Also, the acidophilus bacteria is EXTREMELY helpful in the Ph department. You can find it in yogurt (get Mountain High, all-natural yogurt, you're not doing any good if you get a yogurt with acidophilus and a high sugar content) or you can go to your local health food store and buy the tablets. This was the only thing that worked for me, and it was all trial and error. Hopefully it works for you too and you won't be uncomfortable anymore. Good luck!#2; Sat, 15 Dec 2007 21:20:00 GMT
- When I ovulate every month I get a lot of discharge. Just like you said, it feels like I just started my period because it poured out of me. I wouldn't worry about it. If you think it might be aother yeast infection, it never hurts to go to the doctor. But I've talked to quite a few of my friends and they all said a certain time of the month they have A LOT of discharge.#3; Sat, 15 Dec 2007 21:21:00 GMT