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Yellowish vaginal discharge with fever, is it any infection ?

hi.....i have had a transparent yellowish discharge together with the normal clear discharge for almost all my liffe...never had a problem of vaginal burning or itchiness or smell....recently i had a bacterial infection but was treated for it..however the yellowish discharge is still happens once or twice when i go to the washroom and dosent have a smell and is clear when rubbed on toilet paper....however im using Miconazole Nitrate which was the active ingredient which my doc gave me for my previous infection and for the past few days it seem to be almost non existent!...should i be relieved? what happens if it comes back when the meds is finished? does it mean that i have an infection...please help...i also have an inside fever that keeps coming and going and sometimes vaginal heat...are these symptoms linked?
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Welcome to HealthcareMagic forum.

Minimal vaginal discharge, colorless, mucoid kind is absolutely normal, since in your case it was an infection before, and you have taken treatment, nothing to be concerned.

The the fever and burning in the vagina, could be inter related if the vaginal infection has caused a systemic infection, but with treatment of vaginal infection, this also fades away

In case you notice similar discharge of yellow color with fever, smelly odor or any other symptoms, you may need a review with your gynecologist.
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Ayurveda Specialist Dr. Ram Mani Bhandari's  Response
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Vaginal discharge is the result of secretions produced from small glands in the lining of the vagina and the cervix.
Yellow or Green: May indicate an infection, especially if thick or clumpy like cottage cheese or has a foul odor.
Please consult your doctor for further test and treatment
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hiii mam,

Good morning to health care magic.

Your clinical picture reveals that you are currently suffering from bacterial infection (may be "TRICHOMONIASIS VAGINITIS") and occasional mixed up with "LEUCORRHOEA". Little, odor less vaginal discharge is quite normal.

1)Maintain proper hygiene and cleanliness of your genitals.
2)Wear clean and dry cotton underwear.
3)Take healthy diet with rich in fibre and drink plenty of water
4)Do light exercise with empty of bladder in time.
5)Use medicine like Metrogyl 400 BD for 7days with Azithromycin 500 OD for 3days or Cefixime 200 BD for 5days + antifungal like Tab Fluconazole 150mg (Single Dose)/ week for 4 Wks.
6)Safe sex with using condom for partner.

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All the best.
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