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I have been having excessive vaginal discharges lately, i wonder what it is.

By Anonymous February 17, 2010 - 1:07am
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There are times when i thought i was having my period, but it turned out to be only white discharges. I don't feel itchy nor smell any bad odor at all, i also don't feel any burning sensation so i don't think it's an infection. And i can get really wet sometimes. It disturbs me so much coz i have to wear panty liners all the time. The discharges is like a white clear gel. I never had any sex at all, well, m y bf fingered me just once and it's already along time ago and this discharges start to get out of control since last month. So, i get really worried about this condition.

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Hay I have the same thing most of the time it means you have 12-16 days tell your next period I suggest you start wearing pads/tampons because all periods are unexpected .

July 3, 2015 - 8:57pm
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Anonymous (reply to Anonymous)

Please don't wear tampons unless actually on your period.

November 18, 2015 - 4:24pm
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Hi Anonymous

It sounds like you may be one of those women who have frequent vaginal discharge. The kind of discharge varies throughout the month depending on your cycle. For instance, ovulation (usually around the middle of the month) can increase discharge.

It may not be an infection at all, as you said, but if it's increasing all the time and is uncomfortable and making you need liners, then I'd suggest a visit to your health care provider, just in case. You don't have to have sex to get an infection.

Can you tell me when you are experiencing such a heavy discharge? Is it every day of the months or is it at certain times?

February 17, 2010 - 2:02pm
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