Back Aches& Side Pains and Vaginal Discharge?


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Alright. So my lower back and both of my lower sides have been aching for about 2 weeks now. the pain is weird, its a dull pain but it comes and goes, but stays steady throughout the day.

Another thing, is i have a lot of vaginal discharge, I noticed that I would have alot of it from when my boyfriend and I would have sex and he’s pull out and there would be this white discharge, another time we weere having sex and this time it was like a nudish type color. Also lately its been like a light grreen and light yellow color, but never really had any odor to it. I’m sure of being clean because my boyfriend would have the same thing as me . So i dont think its an std, so can it be just a really bad yeast infection ?
it also brings pain throughout my body.

3 Replies to “Back Aches& Side Pains and Vaginal Discharge?”

  1. Abdominal pain with vaginal discharge may be a sign of PID: pelvic inflammatory disorder. Would definitely go to MD to get it checked out.
    A yeast infection is itchy and smells like yeast.

  2. If you are having steady pain, you need to see a doctor NOW. While you are ‘clean’ and don’t think you have an STD, you could have a bacterial infection and if left untreated can cause PID and worse.

    Different types of infections:

    Signs of yeast infections:
    White, cottage cheese-like discharge
    Swelling and pain around the vulva
    Intense itching
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    Signs of bacterial vaginosis:
    A white, gray or yellowish vaginal discharge
    A fishy odor that is strongest after sex or after washing with soap
    Itching or burning
    Slight redness and swelling of the vagina or vulva
    See a doctor

    Signs of trichomoniasis
    A watery, yellowish or greenish bubbly discharge
    An unpleasant odor
    Pain and itching when urinating
    Most apparent after your period
    See a doctor

  3. Your back pain is rarely due to the vaginal discharge being far more frequently of orthopedic origin.
    May be due to fibrosis of the utero-sacral ligament .

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