whats the difference between normal vaginal discharge and yeast infection discharge?

May 15th, 2012 by Emily

Question: whats the difference between normal vaginal discharge and yeast infection discharge?
just curious. i was doing some research and it state that vaginal discharge is white, but so is yeast infection?
So whats the difference?

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Answer by Jennifer Lundy
a yeast infection will also have an off oder an be clumpy you might also have burning and itching with it

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2 Comments on “whats the difference between normal vaginal discharge and yeast infection discharge?”

  1. Caroline says:

    Normal vaginal discharge is sticky and thin, kind of like egg white. It can range from clear, to a cloudy white.
    Discharge from a yeast infection is thick, and sometimes a little bit lumpy. It also has an unpleasant odor.

  2. Linda says:

    Yeast infection discharge is usually thick, white & opaque. Symptoms also include burning and itching.

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