Chunky Vaginal Discharge?

I've had this odd, chunky discharge for a month or more now. It doesn't bother me at all. There's no itching, burning, or smell. It's a normal color…kinda white, not clear. It's like a booger texture.

It DOES bother me that it is so chunky when normally it is not at all.

I haven't had sex in about a month, and I am not pregnant.

Any idea on what it could be or how to make it go back to the way it was?


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3 Responses to Chunky Vaginal Discharge?

  1. applecandey says:

    its normal but it really shouldnt be bothering you see a doctor

  2. jcchw3 says:

    You could have a bacterial infection. If that's the case you need to get a script from your doctor. There are tests out there now that you can buy that will tell you if you have a yeast infection or a bacterial infection.

  3. HealthNut22 says:

    If it is a yeast infection, you should check out There's a lot of info about this stuff.
    Good luck to you,
    PS: My only advice, is if it is a yeast infection, deal with properly immediately, because if you leave it too long, it may get much, much worse! Not to scare you, but more to save you from having to go through the horror.

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