Vaginal Discharge Treatment in Indore

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Everything you need to know about vaginal discharge

Vaginal discharge occurs normally and regularly in most cases. However, there are certain types of secretions that can indicate infection. Abnormal secretions may be yellow or green, consistent chunky, or foul-smelling.

Yeast and bacterial infections usually cause abnormal secretions. If you notice abnormal-looking or foul-smelling secretions, consult Dr. Sarika for diagnosis and treatment.

Types of vaginal discharge

There are several types of vaginal discharge. These types are classified based on color and consistency. Some types of discharge are normal. Others may indicate an underlying condition that requires treatment.


Small white secretions are normal, especially at the beginning or end of the menstrual cycle. However, if the discharge is accompanied by itching and has a thick consistency or appearance, like cottage cheese, it is not normal and requires treatment. This type of secretion may be a sign of yeast infection.

Clear, watery.

Clear watery secretions are completely normal. It can occur at any time of the month. It may be especially heavy after exercise.

Clear and stretchy

If the secretions are clear, but rather elastic and mucus-like than watery, it indicates that you are likely ovulating. This is a normal type of discharge.

Brown or bloody

Brown or blood secretions are usually normal. Especially if it occurs during or immediately after the menstrual cycle. Late secretions at the end of menstruation may appear brown, not red. In addition, a small amount of blood secretions may appear between periods. This is called spotting.

If incorrect bleeding occurs in the usual time of menstruation, and you have recently had sex without protection, this may be a sign of pregnancy. Spotting in the early stages of pregnancy can be a sign of miscarriage, so it is necessary to discuss with the OB-GYN.

In rare cases, brown or bloody secretions may be a sign of endometrial or cervical cancer. It can be other problems, such as fibroids and other abnormal growth. This is why it is important to get a pelvic examination and a Pap smear every year. Your gynecologist will check for cervical abnormalities during these procedures.

Yellow or green

Yellow or green secretions are not normal, especially if it is thick, chunky or accompanied by an unpleasant odor. This type of secretions may be a sign of infection trichomoniasis. It generally spreads through sexual intercourse.

Causes of vaginal discharge

Normal vaginal discharge is a healthy body function. That's how your body cleans and protects the vagina. For example, it is normal for secretions to increase with sexual arousal or ovulation. Exercise, oral contraceptive use, and emotional stress can also cause secretions.

However, abnormal vaginal discharge is usually caused by an infection.

Bacterial vaginosis

Bacterial vaginosis is a very common bacterial infection. In some cases it causes an increase in vaginal discharge, which is accompanied by a strong, foul smell, and sometimes a fishy smell, although it does not show symptoms. Women who have oral sex or have multiple sexual partners are at higher risk of contracting this infection.


Trichomoniasis is another kind of infection. It is caused by protozoa, or unicellular organisms. Infection is usually spread through sexual contact, but can also be transmitted by sharing a towel or swimsuit. A foul-smelling yellow or green secretion occurs. Pain, inflammation and itching are also common symptoms, but some people have no symptoms at all.

Yeast infection

Yeast infection is a fungal infection that produces white cottage cheese-like secretions in addition to burning and itching sensations. The presence of yeast fungus in the vagina is normal, but in certain situations, its growth can grow uncontrollably. The following may increase the likelihood of yeast infection:

  • Stress
  • Diabetes
  • Use of oral contraceptives
  • Pregnancy
  • Antibiotics, especially long-term use of more than 10 days

Gonorrhea and Chlamydia

Gonorrhea and chlamydia are sexually transmitted diseases (STIs) and can cause abnormal secretions. Often the color is yellow, greenish or cloudy.

Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID)

Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) is an infection that is often spread through sexual contact. It occurs when bacteria spread to the vagina and other reproductive organs. It may produce heavy, foul-smelling secretions.

Human papillomavirus (HPV) or cervical cancer

Human papillomavirus (HPV) infection is spread through sexual contact. It can lead to cervical cancer. Although there may be no symptoms, this type of cancer can produce blood, brown or watery secretions with an unpleasant odor. Cervical cancer is easily screened with an annual papanikolou smear and HPV test.

When to seek medical help

If you have abnormal secretions along with other specific symptoms, seek medical attention as soon as possible. Notable symptoms

For The include

  • Heat
  • Abdominal pain
  • Unexplained weight loss
  • Malaise
  • Increased urination

If you have concerns about whether the secretions are normal, seek medical attention.

What to expect in a doctor's visit

If you see a doctor for abnormal vaginal discharge, you will undergo a physical examination, including a pelvic exam. Your doctor will also ask you some questions about your symptoms, your menstrual cycle, and your sexual activity. In many cases, infections can be detected by a physical examination or pelvic examination.

If the doctor can not immediately diagnose the problem, he may order several tests. Doctors can scrape the cervix to check for HPV or cervical cancer. Secretions can also be examined under a microscope to identify infectious agents. If the doctor tells you what caused the discharge, you will be given a choice of treatment.

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