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GoodSnack69
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Hello and i've been wondering a few things that has been pesetering me for the last while

1) my vaginal discharge once in a while (Rarely) has this thick clear gooey stuff is that normal for discharge? and sometimes it's like water and neither smell...

is it just me? should i see a doctor?

2) ther's this brown line running from my belly button down and no i'm not pregnant and have NOT been pregnant...i'm only 17...and i still haven't had sex. and it also is not hair... i'm worried i don't know what it is...am i sick? should i see a doctor too for this?

3) lastly, how much hair on ur body is too much hair? like i know that people have hair all over except certain places and there are places where there are more visible hair than others....but i mean i have some hair on my tummy like it's not HAIR HAIR but little ones, is that normal?

thank you for answering for those who will answer [Smile]

[ 02-08-2009, 11:29 PM: Message edited by: GoodSnack69 ]

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Thehiddenone
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For your first question yes that is totaly normal our discharge changes over time as long as there's no smell and/or lumps in it then its perfectly fine.

for your last question, it's only "Too much hair" when YOU feel its too much hair, humans are naturally hairy. [Don't worry i have that too.]

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GoodSnack69
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thank you for answering, now i'm just wondering about that light brown line [Frown]
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StrangePudding
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I'd just like to add that your hair is supposed to grow pretty much everywhere. The only places you probably won't find it in some quantity are your palms and the soles of your feet (I've also heard the insides of your arms, but I have it there so I'm not too certain about that one!)
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GoodSnack69
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so does anyone know about that light brown line?? [Embarrassed]
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Oh, sorry that i missed that out, but don't worry, i have that aswell. It's just a darker patch of skin, i dont know if you can sort it out, but i know it isn't a risk of your health at all. If you feel incicure go to the doctors about it [Smile]
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Heather
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Has that line always been there, or at least for some months or years?

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GoodSnack69
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er....iono like it's been there for a long time...then it's sorta gone for awhile ....i don't know if i should worry...

so it's like here then poof! gone for a little then here again ....and if not, it's there very lightly and faintly


@Rollerchick oohh ok cuz i read some stuff about how it's supposedly hormonal imbalance or something? and pregnant women have it? o_O idon't know i couldn't find a lot about it

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Heather
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If it's been there a long time and comes and goes a little, I'd not be concerned. Since it's not new, and you're clear you're not pregnant, I see no cause for concern.

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could it be a hormonal imbalance?
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