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Crumpy white vaginal discharge is a symptom of yeast infection; yellow or grey discharge may be a sign of lichen sclerosis or other dangerous conditions; a pap smear test helps in making the diagnosis. If you notice any changes in the secretions accompanied by discomfort, itching, burning, dryness of the vagina, redness or swelling, cottage cheese-like substance (contrary to normal cloudy), odor, or other symptoms, contact a doctor to find out the exact cause of the condition and receive adequate treatment. Crumpy white vaginal discharge is a symptom of yeast infection; yellow or grey discharge may be a sign of lichen sclerosis or other dangerous conditions; a pap smear test helps in making the diagnosis.

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White Vaginal Discharge

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Lichen Sclerosis, Pap Smear

Some changes in the color and amount of such secretions can occur due to a variety of causes. Secretions are necessary for the vagina to cleanse itself and prevent any infections of the reproductive organs. This is a normal condition that is present in any woman. Crumpy white vaginal discharge is a symptom of yeast infection; yellow or grey discharge may be a sign of lichen sclerosis or other dangerous conditions; a pap smear test helps in making the diagnosis.

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Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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