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i was showering and noticed something that looked like cum on the shower curtain so i wiped it off and kept washing my genitals. i had just gotten over my period and have no idea how long the substance was there. could there be a chance that i could be pregnant?
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Unless there actually was a guy present, I doubt it was semen.

Women have discharges. That's perfectly normal, and okay. They range from a healthy clear to a milky white, or sometimes a VERY light yellowish color. Strangely, these also match a description of what semen tends to look like.

Here's an article we have, all about discharges: Honorably Discharged. Read it, enjoy it. It will help clear up a lot of things, I think.

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