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amy_the_artist
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Hi there! For the past few weeks I've been having some white globs of discharge come out of me when I go to the toilet. I have just been having more discharge in general this cycle, but these globs are new for me. This has been happening since about the beginning of this months's pill pack. I'm also spotting slightly, but that isn't new. I'm on Ortho Tri Cyclen Lo, and my boyfriend and I always use condoms when we have sex, although last week he did pull off the condom then accidentally bump the head of his soft penis against my vagina a little later when he was hugging me. I take my pills religiously within the same half hour period every day, so I'm not that worried about being pregnant, but I thought that might be important information for you guys you know. Is this something to worry about, or just a funny little quirk of my body?

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Amy, have you seen our article on discharge? That should help you out: Honorably Discharged: A Guide to Vaginal Secretions

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Johanna
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amy_the_artist
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Huh! Well, it smells and looks normal, there's just a lot of it, and I don't have any other symptoms like itching or burning, so maybe I'll just wait until I go to my GP in a couple weeks and ask her?

Amy

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Yep: if there is no noticeable odor and no other symptoms, it's likely regular discharge and you can wait to bring it up with your GP.

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amy_the_artist
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Hey, back again. Now there's even more and it's turned all sort of runny and yellow. I did some research and think it might be bacterial vaginosis. Is this urgent? I head to my GP in about a week, do I need to rush off to a clinic or can I just wait until then? I still don't have any other symptoms, no smell or pain or anything...
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