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Hello, I have a question about a discharge heres the situation, i live with my sister and she has lupus and is on medication for it, but i do the laundry, and i noticed for a long time now, theres always a very heavy yellow discharge on her underwear. can this be from her medication? i am not that close with her to approach her? but i am worried something but seriously be wrong b.c this has been a while at least a year . please help
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Yellow is a normal color for discharge. As far as the "heavy" part, as long as the discharge is not cottage cheesy, chunky, etc, I don't see reason to worry.

While she is your sister, you don't know what is normal for her per vaginal discharge. This may be what she normally experiences.

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