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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.