What does yellowish-orangish vaginal discharge mean?


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I guess a better word to describe this color would be a golden color. I just read somewhere that this color can mean an early sign of pregnancy. Has anyone heard that?
It happened just once this morning and had no odor or itching/burning. I haven't noticed any since.

11 Replies to “What does yellowish-orangish vaginal discharge mean?”

  1. thats really werid. ive had infections before and never had that color discharge. you need to make an appointment to your gynocologist now. Im being serious that is not normal and could be very serious. the sooner you call and make an appointment the better. when you let an infection go it can travel up into your flopion tubes and cause you to become infertile(take awhile though).

  2. You're aroused or something. But that's if it's Whitish- Yellow! But Orange, that's serious she a doctor quickly.

  3. It sounds like a possible infection. If it also has an unpleasant odor, it could be bacterial. I would see my gynecologist as soon as possible to have it checked out.

  4. An orange discharge may be a sign of a vaginal wart so you might want to get that checked out if you think that's the problem especially if you feel a burning or itching sensation.

    Another thing that comes to mind is were you pregnant? If so you may be experiencing the early stages of miscarriage.

    The yellow orange color also may indicate that you have vaginitis. Check with your doctor to see if any of this may be the problem

    Sometimes a light discharge that leaves yellow or orange stains on your panties is perfectly normal and does not have to be dealt with if it has no foul smell or itching.

    Consult a doctor anytime anything concerns you about your body anyway.

    I do not reccomend douching or douches to clear up your problem. Douching can upset the natural balance of organisms in your body. Douching can also lead to infection or worsen the discharge.

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