In girls, it is perfectly natural to have a slight sweet smell from the vagina that is inoffensive. A strong, foul odor indicates a possible infection. With treatment, the infection goes away and so does the strong odor. Vaginal discharge is a necessary part of the body's regular functioning. Normal discharge, usually clear to white, is part of the body's self-cleaning process. As discharge leaves the body, it takes bacteria with it, which helps prevent vaginal infections. Parents should stress that girls clean the vaginal area with a mild soap and water
I had a hysterectomy at 23. I’m now 45. 3 months ago I was a victim of abuse. My boyfriend got up after sex at 3:30 am & decided I needed to go. I was slammed on the hood of my car and then bounced off the ground. After 9 hrs in a trama board and being transferred to a trama unit, I learned that I was temporarily paralyzed and had almost lost my bladder since I couldn’t feel it was full.
About 2 weeks after the “accident” I began having a brown watery discharge with a horrible smell. I mean Horrible! !
After 2 rounds of back to back penicillin treatments I still have it. I have no itching or burning like a yeast infection. Can you please tell me what this can be? I’m scared somethimg was damaged in the fall or cancer.
Please help!!( is kind of gross) I have not started my period yet…… or i have. I am about to be 14 and just got brown blood which my sister said was pefectly normal. Then over the first night of which i think was my first period night, nothing was in my pad in the morning. So, i went to use the restroom, a little bit of brown gooey stuff was in the toilet. Then i wiped, and red blood was just everywhere. I cleaned up and got myself situated. Like an hour or two later i went in the bathroom and there was only a little bit of blood in my pad. Make an even longer story short, i was doing that throughout the day, and kept finding really dark, thick gooey stuff in my pad and when i wiped. There started to be quite a bit if this. So….. is this normal, im kind of trippin out rn.