Experiencing vaginal & abdominal pain with milky white discharge. No odor. Any home remedies?

Vaginal discharge could be a symptom of a large number of medical complications. It is therefore necessary to also pay attention to the other symptoms accompanying it. Abdominal cramping and pain is equally common and does not really shed any light on the specific condition that you may be suffering from. As a result, it is highly recommended that you visit your gynaecologist to run a few medical tests in order to correctly identify the root cause of the problem. However, we will take a closer look at some of the most common causes of vaginal discharge and their symptoms in order to give you a clearer understanding of the problem you may be faced with. Vaginitis, which is essentially vaginal inflammation, is characterized by genital itching and discharge; and is usually the result of a reaction to some sort of chemical or infection. Since you mention that the discharge is odorless, the most likely infection to be causing the problem is candidiasis - which is a thick, white discharge. If you experience a certain amount of pain during urination which is accompanied by cloudy vaginal discharge, this is one of the foremost symptoms that you may be suffering from gonorrhea.

Another aspect that should not be ruled out is the fact that both the symptoms you have mentioned, the abdominal cramping as well as the vaginal discharge, are often seen as the prime indicators of being pregnant. Since most women experience a very similar kind of pain during their menstrual cycles, they do not pay too much attention to the abdominal pain until it seems unnaturally long and drawn out. At this point, most will be prompted to visit a doctor where they are usually diagnosed to be pregnant. As a result, it helps to have this looked at as soon as you start to experience any sort of abdominal pain accompanied by vaginal discharge.

As mentioned previously, any information provided here will be very generic because of the lack of information provided. It is therefore highly recommended that you avoid treating the condition on your own without getting your family doctor to take a closer look at the problem. Once the condition has been correctly diagnosed, the treatment options available can be studied in more detail and applied with more effectiveness.

answered by G M

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