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Light green odourless vaginal discharge. Prescribed vaginal tablets, symptoms disappeared. Causes?

hi I have a light green odorless discharge for 3 days, i never had a sex this month. But last week i wore silk panty, and using public restroom in our office. I dont know the main cause, i experienced it before 6 years past. My Doctor just prescribe me some tablet to be inserted inside the vagina for days and it was gone. Any advice pls? Really appreciate!
Asked On : Sun, 3 Feb 2013
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The light green discharge from the vagina is likely to be due to trichomonal infection. It can be treated easily using a vaginal suppository along with the oral antibiotic. You need to avoid having sex till the infection is fully cured.
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Answered: Mon, 4 Feb 2013
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