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another question if anyone can answer..
my discharge seems really thick and..smelly. im positive its not a diesease or anything, but like i cant even wear just underwear somedays because it soaks through to my jeans. i sometimes have to wear a pad, even when im not on my rag! what the heck is up!??

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Dishcarge being profuse can be perfectly normal.

But discharge with a strong, foul odor is a signal of infection, So, if that's what's going on, see your doctor or gynecologist. Even women who aren't sexually active can develop yeast or bacterial infections.

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