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13 Possible Causes for Clear Vaginal Discharge, Prolactin Increased

  • Third Trimester Pregnancy

    Normal Discharge in Third Trimester It is very normal to have a clear and runny, whitish or slightly yellowish vaginal discharge during pregnancy.[]

  • Postpartum Period

    As the weeks go by, this blood gives way to vaginal discharge known as lochia. Lochia is bodily fluid that can appear clear to creamy white to red in color.[]

  • Anovulatory Cycle

    In patients with decreased thyroid function (hypothyroidism), the TSH level is increased.[] The usual symptoms of ovulation (such as one-sided lower tummy pain and increased amounts of clear vaginal discharge) may become absent in anovulation.[] These data suggest that anovulatory cycles are correlated with the amount of exercise and increased levels of catechol estrogens.[]

  • Endometrial Adenocarcinoma

    The alteration in the estrous cycle is caused by a decrease in progesterone with an increase in the estrogen:progesterone ratio most likely induced by a decrease in prolactin[] […] bleeding or discharge not related to menstruation, most commonly postmenopausal bleeding Thin white or clear vaginal discharge after menopause Extremely long, heavy or frequent[] Very long, heavy episodes of bleeding, abdominal or pelvic pain, and clear or white vaginal discharge after menopause are also regular symptoms.[]

  • Senile Vulvar Atrophy

    The factors that increase the risk include: Menopause Decreased ovarian functioning Radiation therapy Chemotherapy Immune disorder Elevated prolactin level during lactation[] Vaginal Discharge Normal vaginal discharge is an odourless secretion which is clear or white in colour, and paste-like or egg white-like in texture Volume may slightly increase[]

  • Ovulation

    In patients with decreased thyroid function (hypothyroidism), the TSH level is increased Prolactin: Prolactin is a hormone produced by the pituitary gland that induces lactation[] Impending ovulation can cause an uptick in vaginal discharge . This discharge is often clear and stretchy — it may even resemble raw egg whites.[] Some medications cause an increase in prolactin, which may then lead to hyperprolactinemia. These medications include anti-psychotics and opiods.[]

  • Postpill Amenorrhea

    At prolactin is Associated with amenorrhea as high rates of PL interfere with hypothalamic receptors for estrogen, by Altering the feedback mechanisms.[] VAGINAL DISCHARGE and ITCHING Physiologic Discharge: Clear or white discharge occurring at midcycle.[] Prolactin levels can be temporarily increased by stress or eating and also by recent breast examination, so should be measured at least twice before further investigations[]

  • Puerperium

    Gonadotropin and prolactin secretion increases during sleep during the puerperium in nonlactating women.[] You might notice an increase in vaginal discharge that's clear, pink or slightly bloody. This might happen several days before labor begins or at the start of labor.[] Postpartum hypogonadotrophinism: evidence for increased opioid inhibition.[]

  • Estradiol

    ; prothrombin; sodium; triglycerides: increased levels Metyrapone test: false decrease Thyroid function tests: false interpretation Drug-behaviors.[] […] change in vaginal discharge changes in skin color changes in vision chest pain or discomfort chills clay-colored stools clear or bloody discharge from the nipple confusion[] […] lipoproteins, pyridoxine, total cholesterol, urine pregnanediol: decreased levels Cortisol; factors VII, VIII, IX, and X; glucose; high-density lipoproteins; phospholipids; prolactin[]

  • Mifepristone

    , sex steroid-binding plasma protein (SBP), thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH), and prolactin (PRL) are unchanged, compared to original early follicular phase levels.[] […] or white vaginal discharge indigestion itching of the vagina or genital area lack or loss of strength pain during sexual intercourse pain or tenderness around the eyes and[] The treatment provokes an increase of LH, but not of FSH, and of dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate, androstenedione, testosterone, and cortisol, while estrogens, progesterone[]

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