What does milky vaginal discharge mean?

Recently, I’ve started having a milky vaginal discharge. It’s odorless, but the thing that concerns me is that it’s so heavy, that as I’m sitting down to go to the bathroom, it drips out.
I also often have ruptured cysts if that has anything to do with it. And I have bruising & swelling in my pelvic region (bikini line). Does anyone have any idea what might be going on?

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6 Responses to What does milky vaginal discharge mean?

  1. Fox Kid says:

    It sounds like sperm is coming out of your vagina. My advice would be to douce it out after sex.

  2. gengen says:

    every month i get the milky discharge… i think it means you are ovulating… but don’t quote me on that.

  3. ProdigalPrincess says:

    I had the same thing when I was in my young puberty days (don’t know how old you are). I asked about it, and they said it was normal. Nothing ever came of it for me. I don’t really get it anymore. Sometimes a little before my cycle I’ll get a light watered down milk discharge, but that’s about it.

    I don’t know about the bruising though. I never got that, you might want to look into that.

    Douching often times pushes bacteria back up into the canal or vagina. So I wouldn’t suggest that. Remember the vagina is a self-cleaning organism. You still have to take care of it and keep it clean. But alot of times when you get a discharge it’s because the vagina is pushing the bad stuff out. Similar to how it may push out semen if you use the bathroom right after sex. NOT TO SAY THAT IS A WAY TO PREVENT PREGNANCY, CAUSE IT’S NOT AT ALL. The penis often shoots thousands of sperm into the vagina, the stuff that sometimes drips out is the ending part of it.

  4. Dr. DOLY says:

    different vaginal infections and infection combination can give very specific discharge – better check below it discharge evaluation table

  5. Lata says:

    Vaginal discharge is the fluid that is produced by the glands in the lining of the vagina and the cervix that flows out of your vagina everyday taking with it old cells. A small amount of vaginal discharge, which is milky white and clear with no odor, is usually normal which clean the vagina, as well as keep it lubricated and free from infection and other germs. A normal vaginal discharge often appears clear or milky & does not have a foul odor.
    Abnormal vaginal discharge: –

    Excessive discharge, changes in color, consistency, odor, itching, irritation, soreness or burning sensation during urination, Cottage cheese-like vaginal discharge, presence of blood when it’s not your period time & foul odor accompanied by yellowish, greenish, or grayish white vaginal discharge’. Abnormal vaginal discharge may cause inflammation of vagina, usually known as vaginitis, which occurs due to an infection or irritation by a chemical. If you have symptoms as explained here than you need to get it cured.
    For natural cure visit: http://sites.google.com/site/maintainghealth/Home/cure-vaginal-discharge

  6. Brennerbee says:

    If it’s odorless, I think that it is very normal. Sometimes in our cycle we get increasing amounts of discharge (also called Cervical Fluid or Cervical Mucus) and this is not only normal but an important part of changes in our bodies that allow us to conceive and bear a child.

    After your period your body builds up Estrogen as it approaches ovulation and as it does this your cervical fluid goes through changes and usually increases in amount. It will also become wetter and will be slippery a little before and during ovulation. You will often feel throughout the day slippery vaginally, and you may feel very wet and slippery all of a sudden. This type of fluid is often call "Egg-white" Cervical Fluid because it resembles egg-white. After ovulation your cervical fluid will get more dry or non-existent in between ovulation and your period. The time between ovulation and menstruation is typically 12 to 16 days.

    Below are a couple links to more information about cervical fluid/ mucus and what is normal and why. I also highly recommend the book Taking Charge of Your Fertility by Toni Weschler, MPH, or for teens Cycle Savy by the same author. It is excellent for understanding your menstrual cycle and gynecological health. You can find them on amazon.com or at: http://tcoyf.com/

    Unless you have unpleasant odor, strange color discharge/fluid (anything other than white [consistent, cloudy or streaked], clear, or pale yellow), clumpy or cottage cheese like discharge, pain, burning, or itching, you shouldn’t worry.

    Different Types of Cervical Fluid (discharge or Mucus):

    White: Thick, white discharge is common at the beginning and end of your cycle. Normal white discharge is not accompanied by itching. If itching is present, thick white discharge (may be clumpy like cottage cheese) can indicate a yeast infection.

    White Creamy, lotiony or milky: This may happen after your period leading up to ovulation this is usually found as your body is building up estrogen leading up to ovulation before the fertile type of fluid shows up.

    Clear and stretchy: This is "fertile" fluid/mucous and means you are ovulating. Often resembles egg-white. May also be white or streaked or light yellow. The key is that it is wet and stretchy. Some women don’t get this every cycle or at all. As we age we often don’t produce as much of this Fluid as we did when we are younger. A lack of getting this type of fluid may indicate a slight imbalance of hormones.

    Clear and watery: This occurs at different times of your cycle and can be particularly heavy after exercising. Your fertile fluid prior to ovulation may get very watery.

    Yellow or Green: May indicate an infection, especially if thick or clumpy like cottage cheese or has a foul odor. Light yellow that doesn’t have an unpleasant odor is normal.

    Spotting Blood/Brown Discharge: May happen right after periods or around ovulation. The brown color is just old blood, old blood is brown. May also be red or pink tinted Cervical Fluid. This is normal.

    Different types of infections:

    Signs of yeast infections:
    White, cottage cheese-like discharge
    Swelling and pain around the vulva
    Intense itching

    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

    Best wishes :) Feel free to email me if you have further questions and/or look at other questions I have answered. :0)

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