Vaginal discharge

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I have a question regarding vaginal discharge. I've read a few places online mention that discharge is a symptom of LS, is this correct? I don't understand how something that effects the external skin could produce abnormal vaginal discharge unless you have an infection.

The reason I ask this is for about 2 months now I've been getting a white-yellowish creamy discharge. It literally looks like lotion. Thick and creamy with a very pale yellow colour. TMI sorry. It has no odour and doesn't resemble cottage cheese.

I should probably see my gyno.

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    hi dani

    Like I said I have been to the nurse she didn't seem concerned at all really but she said we will take some swabs and see if it comes back with anything

    The one thing she did say was that the lining of my cervix is quite thick which I have been told before but she said it's quite normal

    When I get results I will put them on here but seriously if you are worried just go better to get it checked out , I sat and worried for weeks xx

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    I'm having a weird case of up and down discharge. It's honestly all over the place. It varies from clear to pale yellow but it's stringy when wet and pasty when dry. Not sure if it's a cause of alarm but I did resent have a yeast infection just curious if the discharge is so Topsy turvy because it's flushing out the remaining of the infection? Or is it normal?


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