Vaginal help!! BV, Yeast?

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Hi Ladies,

Just wanted any opinions from girls who have had a yeast infection or BV to see what your symptoms were/colouring of discharge before going to the doctors, because all i know is that it could just be "normal discharge".

My discharge is daily, sometimes has a slight green tinge or can be quite thick white and lumpy on my underwear, never has a strong smell just a musky sort of smell (not bad) but my actual vagina has quite a strong odour (was never like that 1-2 years ago). I have been in a sexual realationship for 3 years and my vagina is never itchy or red. I never used to have this bad of discharge so i'm not sure what is going on. I have attached a few pictures, does this look like yeast or BV?image

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    My discharge was not that thick with BV, nor was it that color (mine was a grey liquidy discharge), but everyone is different. The yellow/green color could definitely mean an infection of some sort. I'd get tested if i were you.

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    This kinda what i have too! but im pretty sure i have both yeast and bv! lmk if your medication works, im thinking of going to the doctors again for new medication

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    Looks like my bv on a day where I wasnt eating healthy or drinking enough water. i think i had a yeast infection at the time also. ive had a hard time with doctors prescribing me anything other than the flagyl which only makes my symptoms worse so ive had to go down the natural route.

    id definitely go to a doctor if you arent sure but do be wary and do your research first! i had the same problem with my discharge being odorless but inside i always had a faint fishy odor and it wound up being bv which can be very hard to get rid of

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