Trichomonas: Trichomonas infection produces a frothy, yellow-green vaginal discharge with a strong odor. Associated symptoms can include discomfort during intercourse and urination, as well as irritation and itching of the female genital area.
On the other hand, the major cause of abnormal vaginal discharge is infection. Bacterial Vaginosis. Q: What is bacterial vaginosis? A: Bacterial vaginosis is a common bacterial infection. This infection can result to excessive or a boost in your vaginal discharge. It usually comes in a strong, foul-smelling and occasionally fish-like odor.
Green discharge from the vagina is not normal and, like yellow discharge with odor, is usually a sign of vaginal infection. According to the Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology of India, green vaginal discharge can be a sign of bacterial vaginosis, candidiasis, or a sexually transmitted disease.
Itching of the labia (skin folds surrounding the vagina), vagina and skin near the anus is a common symptom. Swelling and redness is observed, aggravated further by scratching of the area to relieve the itch. A yellow, green or clumpy foul-smelling vaginal discharge is often a symptom of vulvovaginitis. Yellow discharge may or may not indicate an infection. If the discharge is a pale yellow, odorless, and not accompanied by other symptoms, it may not be a cause for concern.
Quick, meaningful answers from top Doctors: Dr. Fowler discusses changes in vaginal discharge, and the potential causes of a yellow discharge with no smell. Quick, meaningful answers from top Doctors: Dr. Fowler discusses changes in vaginal discharge, and the potential causes of a yellow discharge with no smell.