What kind of vaginal discharge is not normal?

February 27, 2024

Vaginal discharge (leukorrhea) is a natural secretion that lubricates and protects the vagina, varying in type and amount throughout the menstrual cycle.

Vaginal discharge, known medically as leukorrhea, is the natural secretion from a woman's vagina. These secretions provide lubrication and help prevent infections. The type, color, and amount of discharge can vary between individuals and throughout the menstrual cycle.

Irregular discharge may signal infection or hormonal imbalance, requiring medical attention. Seek help for any unusual symptoms.


When to Seek Medical Attention:

Women should seek medical attention if they notice:

  • Changes in discharge color, odor, or texture
  • Redness, itching, pain, or irritation in the vagina or cervix
  • Foamy or lumpy discharge
  • Yellow, green, or gray discharge
  • Bleeding between menstruation
  • Pungent odor
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