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Prescribed diflucan for a yeast infection. Odourless discharge from vagina. What could be this?

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Last weekend I was prescribed diflucan for a yeast infection due to antibiotic use. Just last night as I was changing into pajamas, a teaspoon of clear odorless discharge gushed out of my vagina and splashed onto the floor. Some dripped down my leg but the majority gushed right out. Any idea what that could be? It's never happened before!
Posted Tue, 9 Oct 2012 in Women's Health
Answered by Dr. Monika Choudhary 41 minutes later
Thanks for posting your query.
In vaginal infection, discharge can occur but it is not so much XXXXXXX & clear.
In women second most common cause of such discharge is stress incontinence means during cough, stress & lifting heavy weight some amount of urine can leak involuntarily.
So let me know some important points-
-Are you having cough or constipation?
-Are you having kid? if yes, by cesarean section or normal delivery?

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Follow-up: Prescribed diflucan for a yeast infection. Odourless discharge from vagina. What could be this? 9 hours later
Thanks for the reply-

I am not experiencing a cough, nor am I doing any heavy lifting recently. This liquid was definitey not urine. I am not pregnant that I know of. Could that be a possibility?
Answered by Dr. Monika Choudhary 48 minutes later
Welcome back.
In pregnancy there is amniotic fluid around fetus, that is clear & can leak per vaginally & it begins to form around 10-12 weeks of gestation.
At 10-12 weeks you are very well sure that you are pregnant or not. so possibility of leaking due to pregnancy has been ruled out.
As you are confirm that it was not urine, so possibility of stress incontinence also has been ruled out.
After clearance of other possibility,I can say that you are having these secretions due to vaginal infection & after complete treatment of infection it will resolve.
I hope your query has been answered. I will be available for your further queries.

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