What can be the cause of green vaginal discharge? For someone who isn’t sexually active?


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I’ve been noticing this for about 3 months but the last 2 months I left it hoping it would go away. But this April and this month it has been bothering me and some days it seems to come away and others it’s much more present. I’m 17 and I am a virgin so it’s not an STD and two weeks ago and went to a medical centre and she kept asking me if I’m sure I’m not sexually active and I said no, and she said have I ever been and I said no and she did a urine sample and didn’t seem to find anything in my urine she said there’s no signs of infection but it’s concerning how it’s itchy down there, it is green and it smells sort of fishy but no one is seeming to take me seriously. It’s scary and I’m scared, I don’t know what it could be but I just need some sort of idea, thanks
It’s cottage cheese like greenish discharge

3 Replies to “What can be the cause of green vaginal discharge? For someone who isn’t sexually active?”

  1. Sounds like a yeast or bacterial infection. Go and see a different doctor, preferably an OB/GYN.

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