Do vaginal infections always cause vaginal discharge?

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Vaginal infections often cause vaginal discharge, but every woman is different. Some women may not experience any discharge, or the discharge may not seem out of the ordinary. It is important to note that some amount of vaginal discharge is normal. However, if you have discharge that is thick and white, thin and grayish-white, or greenish-yellow, or if your discharge has an odor, you should visit your doctor to see if you have a vaginal infection.

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