I recommend speaking with your doctor
about your concern. A normal vaginal discharge is a clear or whitest fluid that is produced by your uterus, cervix, or vaginal. When your normal discharge changes color, becomes heavier, or smells different, it is an indication of a vaginal infection
if it also causes itching and swelling and has a foul odor. It is often a symptom of an inflammation of the vaginal area due to infection in or around the vagina. Such inflammation is termed vaginitis. The most common causes of vaginitis are bacterial vaginosis and yeast infection. Bacterial vaginosis is a bacterial infection characterized by a yellowish, grey, or white vaginal discharge that may have a strong, unpleasant odor, often described as fishy. This fishy odor may be strongest after sexual intercourse or after washing with soap. There are some other vaginal infections that may also cause a foul-smelling odor and abnormal discharge. Your symptoms sound more like a yeast (fungal) infection. A yeast infection can cause a white, cottage cheese-like discharge with a foul odor. Its other symptoms are intense itching, swelling and pain around and outside of the vagina, or both. Anti-fungal vaginal creams or pills can be used to treat a yeast infection. I recommend visiting a doctor who can help you figure out whether you are dealing with a bacterial or fungal infection or another problem. Once diagnosed, your doctor will recommend treatment options to clear up your infection and prevent it from returning.