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Question Posted Tuesday June 13 2006, 3:03 pm

ever since about 3 or 4 years ago [ i am 13] i have been getting discharge. i use to wear pantiliners everyday but that got annoying, so i stopped. this discharge is like white and even a little yellow sometimes. i know that it is normal when i have my period, but i get it all the time. is this normal? can i do anything to stop this?


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brittx33 answered Tuesday June 13 2006, 11:12 pm:
thats how mine was, it usually is like that if your small/skinny. it first starts as white. then becomes yellow after about a year. I had it for about 2 years before it turned brown and i started my period. Its totally normal, and no you can't stop it.
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orphans answered Tuesday June 13 2006, 8:15 pm:
Discharge is normal when you have your period. It even comes when you don't have your period. It's like a cleaning system which cleans out your uterus, and prepares it. And before you have your first period, you have the discharge for a couple a years. You can't do anything to stop it, and if you do, then your gonna have some problems when you have your perios.

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Elcee answered Tuesday June 13 2006, 6:02 pm:
The discharge you describe is absolutely normal and yes you can have it every day as well as when you have a period. Wearing panty liners can keep you feeling fresh because they can be changed regularly if needed. You have nothing to worry about because it is actually a healthy thing having a secretion like this. I hope this helps.

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KELLY_ELIZABETH answered Tuesday June 13 2006, 5:46 pm:
you really dont have to wear pantiliners unless it is like a lot, and it makes you uncomfortable. its normal though, so dont worry. you cant really do much, sorry. unless you go to see a gyno and see if they can do anything for you. good luck

hope this helps!! :] &hearts;

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0verMyHead answered Tuesday June 13 2006, 5:38 pm:
Yes it is normal. Don`t worry about it. It happens to everyone. best of luck =]

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