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Discharge and pain

By October 6, 2012 - 8:30am
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Hi ,
For years i have been having a discharge is this normal? its a clear discharge sometimes thick and when it dries it turns yellowish and this happens everyday now iv been having this for the past 10 years maybe. Is this normal or how should i get wrid of this because it feels so uncomfortable and always stains my panties. Also when am having sex and when my husband touches my clitoris it hurts alot, I have read that its supposed to feel good and not hurt, is there something wrong with me? After having sex the outer side of my virgina starts burning am not sure if thats because we use condoms. Please help!

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Hi Shanz, latest allergy meaning the condom is made from latex and the condom is causing you having allergic reactions. OB/GYN means obstetrician and gynecology.


October 7, 2012 - 9:17pm

hi rosa,
thanks for the reply, but what is latex allergy? and OB/GYN

October 7, 2012 - 1:50pm

Dear Shanz,

Do you have a latex allergy? When was the last time you went to your OB/GYN? 

Discharge can vary throughout the month-- it can be heavier during ovulation, excitement,etc. As long as it isn't foul-smelling or a sudden increase in discharge with other symptoms such as irritation then this is normal. However, you do mention that you have pain so it is important that you schedule an appointment to make sure you don't have an infection asap. 

Best Wishes,


October 7, 2012 - 1:37pm
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