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I noticed after I went pee, that I had a long discharge, it was like a lime green. Almost like mucus. It doesn't have a smell and I'm not itching or anything down there. I just had a pap smear two weeks ago, and everything came back normal. What could it be then?
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replied March 16th, 2009
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You could have trichomoniasis or some other STD. Pap smears don't test for STDs; they test for cancerous cells or abnormal/ precancerous cells.
You need to be tested for STDs ASAP.
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replied May 16th, 2009
hello
I have the same thing but there is a smell, constantly. I was tested for STDs and they came back negative, they said it was a common bacterial infection. I got treated for it and now it's back. The meds I was on is called "Clotrimazole & Betamethasone Dipropionate" Any help what I should do next?
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replied May 16th, 2009
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The only thing I can suggest is that you go back to the doctor. He may prescribe a different, stronger medication the second time around.
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replied June 5th, 2009
I would, if I had insurance again. It's really embarassing. Douching helps it for one day, but I know they can be really dangerous.
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replied June 5th, 2009
I would, if I had insurance again. It's really embarassing. Douching helps it for one day, but I know they can be really dangerous.
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replied June 5th, 2009
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You could try going to the Department of Social Services clinic, planned parenthood or another type of free or low cost clinic. I don't think this is something you can test yourself.
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replied February 28th, 2010
lime green discharge and disconfert lower abdomen
I have the same thing and all test come back normal. I have been on antibiotics twice and it still comes back. I also feel bloated and a aching disconfort on my lower abdomen so they gave me a ultrasound but it all came back normal. I did get diagnosed with sqamous pre cancer cells and will be getting a leep in April but doctor says the discharge has nothing to do with that. I have got Std tests and urine tests, pregnancy test. Everything. They give me antibiotics because they found white cells in my urine which means urine infection but when i get it tested it comes back with no culture growing. If anyone can help me please message me or post something.
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replied March 6th, 2010
i had that same discharge after i had my first daughter and i told the doctor my concerns so she took a look and came back and told me that there was nothing i should worry about that it was just that i wasnt having enough sex or too much sex, i was really young at that time so sfter she said that i didnt say nothing more. after that it just kind of went away and now i just have a white discharge that has a fishy smell.
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replied September 29th, 2012
What if your discharge,is a lime green bt tint of white. Could it be a sign of pregnancy
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replied September 29th, 2012
What if your discharge,is a lime green bt tint of white. Could it be a sign of pregnancy
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replied September 29th, 2012
I had a D&C surgery a few weeks ago and i just noticed that i had a long, lime green discharge, with no smell. I have no idea what it could be...
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