Vaginal Discharge

Having discharge right after your period is completely normal. It's most likely to consist of old blood shedding from the uterus. Vaginal discharge also fluctuates in color and thickness throughout your cycle every month.

White - Normal discharge, if irritation or itching is there, yeast infection could be present.

Yellow - This depicts cacterial infection or sexually transmitted infections.

Brown - Irregular periods cycles or could be a sign of cervical or uterine cancer.

Green - It is a sign of bacterial infection or sexually transmitted infections.

Thick white - Thick cheese like discharge along with itching is a sign of yeast infection.

Is it normal for a little girl to have a discharge?

Yes, it is usually normal for girls of all ages to have some amount of vaginal discharge. In little girls, the vaginal discharge is usually only a small amount, but it increases as they near puberty. Some girls experience less discharge and some have more; in some, discharge is clear and in some, it is yellowish or whitish. It is important to know what is normal discharge. If the discharge is having unusual consistency, color or bad odor, then it could be a sign of infection, Please consult your gynecologist.

How do I get rid of discharge?

Most of the time vaginal discharge is a normal thing and a regular occurrence. You do not have to get rid of it as long as you do not experience anything unpleasant and unusual in the discharge. However, if the consistency, odor, and color of the discharge is unusual, then it is a concern., Please consult your gynecologist.

What age does a girl get discharge?

Puberty starts in girls between eight to thirteen years of age. However, it is normal for some girls to show puberty signs before eight or after thirteen years of age. A girl will usually get her period a year after her first vaginal discharge. Vaginal discharge in very young girls is quite common for no obvious cause and is considered absolutely normal.

How much discharge is normal?

No set amount of vaginal discharge is considered “normal” for everyone. The amount of vaginal discharge churned out varies during different phases and days of your menstrual cycle. Usually, the normal range of vaginal discharge is 1-4 ml per 24 hours.

Is white discharge a sign of period coming?

Yes, usually a thick and white vaginal discharge is a sign of period coming, due to the elevated presence of progesterone — a hormone responsible for pregnancy and menstrual cycle. This is treated as healthy unless the vaginal discharge is lumpy or accompanied by a strong odor.

In other phases of the menstrual cycle, when the body has increased levels of estrogen, the vaginal discharge tends to be clear and watery.

Can we use pads in discharge?

Yes you can use Pro-ease to overcome excessive discharge too.