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Lots of vaginal discharge

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  • Posted By: MadNicky
  • October 15, 2009
  • 02:26 PM

I had my only child 5 years ago. Since then I wear a maxipad every day. The discharge I get is clear /white. Kinda looks like milk in consistency. The doctor says that discharge is normal. My problem is the quantity of the dicharge. I don't think they understand what I'm trying to tell them. This dicharge consistantly fills a maxipad everyday. This is not a teaspoon amount, it's more like 1/4 cup. Sometimes I feel bloated and I can tighten my stomach muscles and diaphragm and see it run, (not ooze), out like I'm pouring milk. I'm at my wits end. Ready to suggest that they do a double dye test for Obstetric Fistula.

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  • Is there an odor to it at all? If there is an odor to it, you could have a bacterial infection - or yeast - try eating yogurt. I used to have discharge though like you describe - no odor, just a large amount - and I ended up getting a hysterectomy. I wouldn't recommend that as a solution to you though - I regret it. It wouldn't hurt to try some Activia though to see if you notice any difference.
    kermworm 81 Replies
    • October 15, 2009
    • 07:19 PM
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  • No, there isn't any smell. The OB says I'm normal without doing any tests beyond the normal pap smear and such.
    MadNicky 1 Replies
    • October 16, 2009
    • 00:05 AM
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  • Good Grief; find another doctor--a female. You could have picked up a bacteria when giving birth or at least do an STD screening for you. It could be hormones, etc, so blood work, too. Try a half dozen acpuncture treatments for quick relief.
    Monsterlove 2,921 Replies
    • October 16, 2009
    • 00:59 AM
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