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saraa
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Ok so yesterday I peed and noticed some white chunk-like stuff but thought nothing of it then I got naked to get in the shower and felt some go on my leg. So I squatted over a mirror and my vagina had white chunks all in it, I didn't know what it was so I stayed there for a bit and so much came out and it was white and chunky not watery at all. It smelled normal but I just don't know if it's normal or not? :s and what it could be if it's not normal.

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Hi saraa. It really isn't possible for us to diagnose what this is over the internet -- even a doctor wouldn't be able to, and we aren't doctors. It sounds like it might be a yeast infection, but your only way of actually finding out what this is would be to go and get tested by your doctor or gynecologist. They will be able to diagnose this and treat it, so I'd suggest making an appointment ASAP [Smile]
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Saffron Raymie
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Is this different from your usual vaginal discharge?

It's always worth checking in with your doctor about any changes, as it could possibly be a yeast infection or another kind of infection.

There's more on vaginal discharges, including what's healthy here: Honorably Discharged - A Guide to Vaginal Secretions

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saraa
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Ya waay different. I was disgusted with it.

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Saffron Raymie
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All body parts can get sick sometimes; vaginal discharge is there to keep the vagina naturally clean and fresh - but it can get a little imbalanced sometimes and look a bit different.

If it's an infection, they're usually pretty easily cleared up with medication that doctors perscribe us.

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