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So today I went to a Gyno to find a different BC for me, as I've mentioned before my BC pill was causing me to be depressed. Well when I got into the office and told the Doctor I began to have sex she wanted to a 'culture' test on me. So I rememoved my clothes and she swabbed my vulva, and put a finger(with a glove) in to check me out. Each time with lubercant. When she left I was putting on my underwear and trying to remove some of the lube still left on me. Well when I wipped myself there were a bunch of white clumps. I don't know what to call it, it was small and it honestly looked like toilet paper flakes but then I realized no this is coming from inside me. All day I've had clumps, not big at all and very white. I wasn't sure if this was from the lube, or the gloves or a mix, or do I really have an STI? I know I'm getting my results soon, but I'm still freaking out and want to know what you guys make think this is.

My boyfriend was tested 6 months before we got together and he was with a girl that he had been with for a while at this time and he was clean. So unless she cheated on him after he got tested, its the only way either one of us could have anything. But I really don't think she did cheat on him because of how attached she was and he was her first, but then again I don't know. I'm just freaking out. And yes, I did look at the STD stuff. :/

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If you didn't notice this before the exam, or it hadn't occurred before the exam it's likely not something you need to be too concerned about. Sometimes this can happen after an exam, depending on what type of lube is used, etc. The best thing to do is try and relax until you get your results back.

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Well today I checked myself out, and my discharge is normal. I was so worried, but thank you for the helping advice. It calmed me down a lot to knwo that can happen. Thanks.
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You're welcome [Smile]

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