Watery discharge & WBC’s

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So i have now been to 3 gynos, the first one said i have chronic BV, and the last 2 say that i am negative for everything - BV, yeast, STDs, mycoplasma and ureplasma, and although i dont necessarily trust them they also said they dont see cytolytic vaginosis either. ive tried all treatment plans and nothing works.

However, there is as excess amount of white blood cells.....does anybody have any info on what type of infection this could be if its not any of the ones listed above?

This discharge is ruining my life and i cant keep dealing with it, i need answers. it is clear with consistency like water, no odor, and EXCESSIVE. it always looks like i peed myself

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    i am so sorry to hear this. i am too having the same issues relatively to you. i have no odor either and its so watery. I had ureaplasma and was treated and it with doxyclince once and it was still there and was treated again with levaquin still there and had another round of levaquin and tests showed negative. However, an infectious disease dr i had seen says it sometimes come back. So i ask to be tested all the time. The lab results take a while to come back because the bacteria has to grow and its slow proccess and thats why certain test has to be done. mine came back in a week. I Cant get rid of this bv. im trying boric acids tonight. ive been suffering for 2 years and think its causing PID. If you find an answer let me know! and im praying for you.

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    if there is no odour, then it's definitely not BV.

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    I meant to write more in my first response. it's always been my understanding that watery, odorless vaginal discharge is hormone related, specifically estrogen. have you had your hormone levels tested?

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      i had them tested last month and my doctor didnt mention anything about estrogen, only that i had high levels of testosterone and DHEA. i was considering getting of my birth control to see if that would help, but i have been taking the same pill for 5 years now so i cant imagine that within the last 6 months or so it would have effected me differently but idk.....is watery discharge associated with low levels of estrogen or high levels?

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    I think high levels. I'm not a doctor though. you may have been on the same pill for 5 years but your hormones do change. I would start by doing some internet research from reputable sites.

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