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What was the reason for the gram stain?
What is it a stain of?
How old are you?
Were specific std tests performed?
Do you have any symptoms? Thank you.
Your gram stain is not suggestive of an std, but gram stains are not really very helpful in std testing.
To really know whether you might have an std, specific std testing is required. That may not be available in your situation, and if so, then it's just a guessing game.
If there is any place where you can get specific std testing, I would suggest you go there.
A green vaginal discharge is not often caused by an std, but it's possible.
Often a green discharge is just caused by bacteria that are not std, but not normal for the vagina.
It might be from inflammation of the cervix as well. In that case, it's often best treated by freezing the cervix.
So the gram stain just isn't really very helpful. Other testing would be more helpful.
It doesn't mean much. We see that kind of report on many Pap smears.
The cervix has inflammation so often that it can be considered normal. Almost every cervical biopsy will show inflammation, even when there is no disease present at all.
I'm afraid that the gram stain won't tell you the answer.
The doctor will need to do a good exam and whatever other tests are available.
Hopefully it's not anything serious.
Sometimes if a specific diagnosis can't be found, then we try antibiotics to see whether that will resolve the problem.
Discharge would rarely be due to cancer. Only if you haven't had a Pap smear for years.
No. An ovarian cyst or tumor cannot cause discharge.