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ilovehellokitty8147
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Alright, well me &nd this guy have been seeing each other for a while. Last weekend we decided to go alll the way. It was my first time but not his.
Anyways, I was looking in the mirror (down there) and I noticed that there was white sticky stuff in there. Is this normal?!

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Some discharge is normal, yes.

However, some types of discharge can also be a sign of infection, so why don't you take a look at this article if you're not sure: Honorably Discharged: A Guide to Vaginal Secretions

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