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Dirty creamy substance from vagina

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Question in full: I have a dirty creamy substance dripping from my vagina. It is occasionaly greeny yellow. I have had unprotected sex before
Dear 'vaginal discharge'. You say you have a dirty creamy greeny-yellow substance dripping from your vagina but you don't say whether it smells bad, or whether you have any pain or itching down below. If you caught it from unprotected sex it could be gonorrhoea, chlamydia or trichomoniasis. All of these are sexually transmitted infections (STIs) which infect the vagina, uterus, and sometimes the fallopian tubes (the tubes which carry eggs from your ovaries to your uterus). Bacterial vaginosis is a bacterial infection of the vagina, which causes a fishy-smelling discharge and which is not sexually transmitted. Thrush is a yeast infection of the vagina, which can cause a smelly discharge, and usually itching. Anyone can get this, and it is more common if you have been on antibiotics, if you wash your vagina with soap or wear very tight trousers or underwear. The important thing is that all of these conditions can be easily treated, usually in just a few days, but if you don't treat them they can get worse, causing a lot of discomfort and potentially serious medical problems and infertility in the future. You need to go to see a doctor to get a proper diagnosis, and treatment if it is necessary. Your GP will be able to help, but if you are too embarrassed to see your GP you can go to your local genitourinary medicine (GUM) clinic, where you can get seen completely anonymously. You should be able to find this in the phone book or on the internet. Also, since you have had unprotected sex it is probably a good idea to get tested for other infections which may not cause any symptoms at the moment such as HIV or hepatitis. Both of these are much more easily treated if caught early on. And it is really important that you don't carry on having unprotected sex, as you could pass on whatever you have to someone else, who will then pass it on to someone else and so on. Condoms will be free from your local GUM clinic, and are over 90% effective at preventing the spread of most STIs. If you find out that you do have an STI and you know who you caught it from then you should tell them so that they can get treatment as well.