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So yesterday I went to go to the bathroom an I say a blob of jelly looking discharge about the size of a nickel in my underwear. It was just stretchy and goopy and it isn't a test infection because it didn't smell or look like that. What could this possibly be?
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Robin Lee
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Hey Kathryn,

It's just discharge. Discharge can be lumpy, liquidy, and everything in between. I think the chances are good that you've had lumpy discharge before and just didn't notice it. [Smile]

Here's an article on discharge so you can educate yourself about the wide variety of healthy discharges out there, plus what to look for in unhealthy discharge.

Honorably Discharged: A Guide to Vaginal Secretions


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