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frenchy
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All last week i had a strange discharge, white that seemed a little like cottage cheese but stayed on and around the lips down there (never went on my underwear), i was also a little irritated there.
The discharge has disappeared, but its still irritated.
Should i go to the doctor about this, or is it most likely this will pass by it self?

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celery
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I think it would be best to get it checked out by a doctor since it sounds alot like a yeast infection.

Since it's still irritating you I would really reccomend it. I don't think yeast infections really just pass by themselves and it will save you alot of discomfort.


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