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virgina discharge

By Anonymous March 17, 2016 - 9:40am
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Hi my name is gloria. And I have a question that I've bee afraid to ask because I haven't been to the doctors and because I believe its expensive and I just turn 18 on March which means I don't get any medication from the government anymore. Anyways it's been a year that I haven't gone to the doctors. My last check up that I went I came positive for chlamydia they gave me treatment but I never went back. Through that year I was having unprotected sex with my bf and since that every day I have Ben discharging like crazy an there's times that the odor is very strong. The fluids that come out of my Virginia are white guwwy thick discharges and most of the time I feel it come out through out the day and night and I know it's not normal because it's every day . I do get pain on my lower stomic and my back.I just need to know what you think it might be or I'm I still chlamydia positive. Please get me as soon as possible and any advise would be helpful.

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Hi Anon,

Thank you for sharing your question with the EmpowHER community.

I'm glad that you reached out to us. Since you were treated previously for Chlamydia and have vagina discharge with a strong odor, chances are this could be what you are experiencing again.

Do you have any burning sensation when you urinate?

Chlamydia is an STD that is easily cured. But you need to know for sure if it is that or something else. Please don't continue to procrastinate. If left untreated, Chlamydia can cause you to have difficulty getting pregnant.

Here is some additional information on Transmission and Treatment

Be well,


March 17, 2016 - 2:57pm
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