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My Vagina has yellow pus coming out?
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Aysel - September 14

I got real freaked out after I saw it. I have not been sexually active in quite a while, and I have good hygiene. Is this reason to go to a Doctor? Does anyone know why?

 

Leslie Know - September 15

Yes, I would say that this is a reason to go to a doctor. Anytime you have yellow pus coming out of anywhere in your body, it means that there is an infection there.

 

Lelouch - September 15

Pus is a collection of thick, white fluid that accumulates around the source of an infection. Pus is made up of dead tissue, white blood cells, and damaged cells. Pus is present when the body begins to fight an infection, sending white blood cells to the site to stop the germs from infecting more tissue.

 

Lina - September 16

Sounds like some sort of infection, any discharge that is yellow/green etc is a sign of an infection. It's a reason to head to the doctor, you probably need a round of antibiotics to clear it up.

 

Oblivion - September 17

Seriously? Yellow pus is something to worry about for sure. If this is true, get yourself to a doctor ASAP. It indicates that you have either a bacterial or severe yeast infection going on.

 

ginger - September 18

Sounds like an infection. Definitely see a doctor asap.

 

bluechick - September 18

It could just be an imbalance in your vaginal fluids.If it continues then you should see a doctor .

 

smartie - September 19

Duh! You Could have an infection Or STD sometimes they take awhile! Id go to the doctor asap...

 

Onefish - September 19

THAT'S SOUNDS LIKE A REALLY BAD YEAST INFECTION GIRL GO GET YOURSELF CHECKED OUT GIRL

 

Oblivion - October 23

Pus is made up of dead tissue, white blood cells, and damaged cells. Pus is a collection of thick, white fluid that accumulates around the source of an infection. Pus is present when the body begins to fight an infection, sending white blood cells to the site to stop the germs from infecting more tissue

 

coleen - November 5

This might be a sign of a urinary tract infection or bladder stones or crystals.

 

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