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papou_fruit
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i am sexually active(using condoms) and the past couple of days I've been getting a clear or whitish secretion often in flows sort of similar to a period, what is this?
thing is, i have not gotten my period yet and i am expecting hoping to have it soon :/ otherwise, ive also gained about 8lbs within the past month.
my eating and exercise habits have not really changed, unless i was eating a bit too much unconsciously to let it slide.
i couldnt possibly be pregnant, could i?

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does it match up with any of the secretions mentioned in ths following article? Honorably Discharged: A Guide to Your Vaginal Secretions

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Yes, its to a point for the normal discharge~
is it normal to have that much?
sort of like after having an orgasm, except its that amount almost constitantly

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well, you're just using condoms, os youre not on pills or anything. that means you're still having regular cycles. when you approach ovulation, it's retty normal to have profuse, clear mucus discharge. it should have the texture of runny snot or egg whites.

a lot of discharge dysfunction has more to do with abnormal texture or smells rather than increased volume of dischage.

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okay, that helps~ thanks alot [Big Grin]
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