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Fallenangel
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I have been having heavier then normal discharge lastly. It's not discolored or anything but it does have a somewhat stronger odor then Im used to its not like really bad or strange just stronger that's all and I was wondering if anything could be wrong. I know its normal to have like changes in your discharge but for about the past week and a half it just been pretty heavy. And also I've recently started having sex lastly and I was wondering if it could somehow have something to do with Im sorry if this is kind of a dumb post it's just been worrying me a bit so i just figured i would just ask.
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Silver1381
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Hello. I'm sure someone else may be able to give you more direct answers to your questions, but in the mean time check out the following link.
http://www.scarleteen.com/body/discharged.html

It's an article that talks all about vaginal discharge and what is and isn't normal. Maybe you'll find the answers to your questions there. Take care!


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jaeroch
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Hi, i had protected sex with my girlfriend,and two day's later she said it burns when she urins,and that she also urins every five minutes.Whats the problem? But that was about 2 or 3 months ago,and now she is complaining that her stomache has gotten bigger. Is she pregnet?
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MarvellousPurple
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It sounds like it could possibly be a UTI. Those really really require a doctor's visit, especially since it's been going on for a while. Seriously: visit a doctor.

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logic_grrl
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If she's had her period as normal since then, then no, she's not pregnant.

And if you used a condom properly for all genital contact and it didn't slip or tear, then the pregnancy risk is minimal anyway.

So it doesn't sound like pregnancy is what you need to be worried about.

But MarvellousPurple's totally right: a potential UTI for 2 or 3 months is no fun, and it really needs treatment in case it does something seriously nasty like spreading to her kidneys.


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