chevan14 answered Friday December 10 2010, 2:50 am: its not a yeast infection!! dont beleive wat the other person said. NOt a yeast infection at all! all girls/women have its, it is perfectly normal. it is vaginal discharge, this is a lubricent for your part lol and this fluid cleans the vagina and keeps it moist to help fight infections. The color, amount, and the way it feels will vary during the menstrual cycle. The fluids should be clear, white, or off-white which yours is so your all good, if that changes then you may have a yeast infection. Just wear pantie liners and change them every day so it doesnt get on your underwear. THIS IS PERFECTLY NORMAL AND IS NOT A YEAST INFECITON. your all good lol hope this hepled.
marinemom24 answered Friday December 10 2010, 12:43 am: It sounds like there's a possibility you might have a yeast infection. I suggest you go to a gynecologist as soon as you can. Even if it's not a yeast infection a doctor can take a look and ask you questions to get a better idea what might being going on. Untreated yeast infections can cause more serious problems. If cost is an issue Planned Parenthood charges on a sliding scale and is quite affordable. Hope this helps!
**Please note that I said there's a "possibility" of a yeast infection. And, by the way, virgins can still get yeast infections as they are not considered STD's. There are many causes of yeast infections. I still say that the best thing to do would be to see a gynecologist to see what's going on. Gynecologists are professionals. You obviously asked for advice because this was something that was concerning you. When it comes to your health I would be cautious of taking the advice of people who's answers are filled with misspellings. Perhaps their advice is filled with misguided information as well. [ marinemom24's advice column | Ask marinemom24 A Question ]
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