It's a good idea to see your GP or practice nurse or visit your nearest genito-urinary medicine (GUM) clinic or sexual health clinic if you're worried about a change in your vaginal discharge.
It's unlikely to be caused by anything serious, but some tests and treatment may be recommended.
Your doctor or nursemay:
Treatment will depend on what's causing your symptoms, but often involves a short course of medication.
Find out about vaginal discharge, including what's normal, signs of a problem, what can cause unusual discharge, and when to get medical advice.
Vaginal discharge is caused by mucus produced fromthe cervix, the lower part of the womb that leads into the vagina. It helps keeps your vagina moist and protects it from infection. Normal vaginal d
A change in yournormal vaginal discharge could be a sign of a problem. Unusual changes include: a change in colour such as grey, green, yellow, pink or blood-tinged discharge an unpleasant smell s
It's a good idea to see your GP or practice nurse or visit your nearest genito-urinary medicine (GUM) clinic or sexual health clinic if you're worried about a change in your vaginal discharge. It's
Abnormal vaginal discharge is usually a sign of an infection. The most common causes are: bacterial vaginosis (BV) a bacterial infection of the vagina thrush an infection caused by overgrowth
It's unusual for young girls to have abnormal vaginal discharge before they'vestarted puberty . See a GP if this happens. The causes mentionedabove are uncommon inyoung girls, but discharge couldbeth