Constant white, sometimes clumpy, odorless, thick, creamy vaginal discharge?


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To start with I am not currently sexually active right now, my boyfriend lives in another state and I have not had sex in the previous months, and have been tested for STDs since the last time I had sex.

I've been having this weird white discharge from my vagina for a few months now. It's creamy, clumpy sometimes, but mostly just very thick and creamy. I don't think it's yeast-related–there's no itching or foul odor or anything like that. When I look with a mirror, I can see the whiteness at the opening and when I do "other things," there is a residue that I never experienced before.

I've also noticed my period isn't how it used to be–instead of reddish, it's brownish and much, much lighter.

I know I should probably see my gyno about this, but I haven't been in a while and kind of worried about going. I guess what I want to know is if this could be a sign of some underlying problem, something that might be detrimental to my health, or if it's normal. Any ideas?
Just wanted to add: I'm not on birth control or any other medications. And the discharge doesn't really subside except when I have my period, other than that it's pretty constant and doesn't change with my cycle.
Also wanted to add: I clean down there regularly, so I don't think that's part of the issue. I shower and don't take baths because I heard that's bad for women. I also don't douche.

4 Replies to “Constant white, sometimes clumpy, odorless, thick, creamy vaginal discharge?”

  1. Glands inside your vagina and cervix make small amounts of fluid. This fluid flows out of the vagina each day, carrying out old cells that have lined the vagina. This is your body's way of keeping your vagina healthy and clean. The discharge is usually clear or milky and doesn't smell bad.

    The color and thickness of the discharge change with your monthly cycle. The discharge is thicker when you ovulate (when one of your ovaries releases an egg), when a woman is breastfeeding or when you're sexually excited.

    Changes that may signal a problem include an increase in the amount of discharge, a change in the color or smell of the discharge, and irritation, itchiness or burning in or around your vagina. This is called vaginitis. A discharge that's stained with blood when you're not having your period could also be a sign of a problem. Some other types of infections such as yeast infection, bacterial vaginosis and trichomoniasis can also cause discharge that is usually accompanied by odor such as beer/yeast/fish.

    I would recommend that if you have any of these signs or any concerns regarding this you consult with your doctor or a gyno for a proper diagnosis and for proper treatment should you have anything other than just a normal vaginal discharge.

    Good luck 🙂

  2. You really need to see your doctor. It could be many things, such as a side effect of medication-infection, or your hormones may not be balanced.
    I think it would be better to go and get better than worry and chance it getting worse.

  3. I started having thick, lotion like discharge, with very little irritation, but I was worried to go in to the Dr., but i finally went in and it ended up being Bacterial Vaginosis. Some women have symptoms and some don't. It's just an overgrowth of the bad bacteria in the vagina, and can cause irritation and discharge, but not always.

  4. it is not abnormal and is probobly just normal discharge. You should remeber to clean it regularly, from front to back to make sure thiis stuff doesnt get into the clit area because once it collects in the folds of your sides or in the clitoral hood, you could get smegma, a white kernel like hardened secretion that is a pain to remove.

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