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saraa
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Hello, so I've had sex with my boyfriend of almost 9 months 4 times now & after we had finished I noticed like chunky white stuff on the condom and I didn't know what it was. So the next day I went pee and thought I got toilet paper stuck on my vag so I took a mirror put it on the ground and looked at my vag (weird I know...) And I say a bunch of white chunks, and they weren't toilet paper. This morning I did the same thing with the mirror & tried to push to see if anything came out & my discharge was just white like milky and creamy... :s it didn't smell different but there wasjust a lot of it and it was like milk...idk what it is or if maybe it's just the time of the month where it's like that and I never noticed or if something's wrong.

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Heather
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You haven't seen any discharge like this before?

How current are you with your basic sexual healthcare?

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And just FYI saraa? There's nothing wrong or weird with looking at your vagina and vulva with a mirror. There's nothing to be embarrassed about: it's YOUR body> [Smile]

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saraa
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Not that I've ever really noticed like this but maybe I've never seen it cause I've never really looked into it so much. My vagina feels kinda itchy at times too..

& I've never been for a physical or to a gyno ever :s

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Karybu
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Itching combined with unusual discharge is something that should be looked at by a healthcare provider. It's a good excuse to get started with basic gyn care too, and regular STI tests.

Usually in Canada your family doctor can do your yearly checkups, pap smears and STI screenings, but if you'd rather go to a sexual health clinic, that's an option too. If you like, we can help you find a clinic, or you can have a look at the Find-a-Doc page on the main site to see if someone's entered a listing for your area.

[ 04-25-2012, 03:48 AM: Message edited by: Karybu ]

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WesLuck
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Karybu, just wondering, do you have family in both Canada and Australia?
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Karybu
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My family is Canadian, but my partner and I live in Australia. (For the record, I'm fine answering questions like that, but I'd rather a user's thread not be hijacked to do so. In the future, if you could start a separate topic somewhere like the Staff Stuff section, it would be much appreciated. Thanks.)

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WesLuck
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I am sorry. You can delete my previous post, and its replies if you want (to un-hijack the thread). Or I suppose you could leave it so other people know what not to do.

[ 04-26-2012, 03:12 AM: Message edited by: WesLuck ]

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