Dive into this article to understand what STD discharge looks like and what abnormal variations may indicate about your health condition.
What does STD discharge look like?
Maybe the color of the discharge is yellow or green. There could be an odd smell, too. These are all signs of an STD discharge. These changes can cause orange vaginal discharge, chunky yellow discharge, and other abnormal discharges.
How do you know if your discharge is unhealthy?
These signs can mean there’s a problem with a girl’s discharge: a change in odor, especially an unpleasant odor. a change in color, especially greenish, grayish, or anything looking like pus. a change in texture, such as foamy or looking like cottage cheese.
What kind of discharge is not good?
Signs of Abnormal Discharge Bright yellow or green discharge could be a concern. Thick, clumped, or chunky discharge (like cottage cheese) or extra watery discharge can also mean something is amiss. If you notice changes like these, talk to your healthcare provider to see what’s going on.