You Might Have an Infection
According to Dr. Nita Landry, an ob-gyn in Los Angeles and cohost known as "Dr. Nita" on the TV show The Doctors, you might have a bacterial infection or vaginosis.
"There might be excess vaginal discharge, fishy odor, vaginal burning, and maybe vaginal pain," she said. "But bacterial vaginosis, which is not sexually transmitted, is usually associated with a white vaginal discharge with or without vaginal irritation." This happens when the balance in your vagina is out of whack and the "bad" bacteria takes over.
It could also be a yeast infection. "Yeast infections, which can be treated with over-the-counter creams or a pill prescribed by your doctor, are often accompanied by a cottage-cheese-like discharge as well as vaginal itching, irritation, and/or redness," Dr. Nita said. "It'll smell like warm bread."
Go check with your doctor to see if this is the case, and if it is, you can simply take antibiotics to get rid of the infection.