"Glob" of vaginal discharge?!?

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So I went to the bathroom to pee and when I looked in my underwear I saw my usual white discharge (I’m fertile or ovulating idk the difference honestly.) but usually it’s kind of runny if you will, but this time there was a glob or a chunk of white sticky something in my underwear. Why? What is that? Is it normal? I’ve heard it could be an infection so I guess I should add in that the skin between my B and my V was a little sore yesterday but not so much today. Help?

2 Replies to “"Glob" of vaginal discharge?!?”

  1. Did you hear the latest gossip? Seems there are these people that spent eight years in college and two years working in a hospital and finally became (are you ready for this?) Doctors. Maybe you should see one. Maybe you should one of those specialists. OBGYN sound familiar.

    Whatever advice you get here would be from people that would like to practice medicine like a doctor, but if you took their advice and things got so worst that you almost die, who could you sue?

    Go to a OBGYN soon

  2. Some girls do produce more discharge than others. The amount and consistency of your discharge can vary throughout your cycle due to hormones, diet, water intake, exercise, illness and medication, even if you have never experienced it before.

    It is normal to have a white and/or clear wet mucus discharge daily, every other day, weekly, on and off throughout the day, on and off throughout your cycle. In my day they just called it discharge, now they call it cervical mucus/leukorrhea. It will accumulate in and around your vagina, in the folds of the labia minora and even above the clitoris. It’s part of the female reproductive cycle. The vagina is self-cleaning. This same discharge increases the closer you get to ovulation and when you are sexually aroused. It is what makes sex possible. This normal discharge will also continue after you get your period, after puberty and for the rest of your life.

    Different Types of Discharge:

    White: Thick, white discharge is common at the beginning and end of your cycle. Normal white discharge is not accompanied by itching. If itching is present, thick white discharge can indicate a yeast infection.

    Clear and stretchy: This is "fertile" mucous and means you are ovulating.

    Clear and watery: This occurs at different times of your cycle and can be particularly heavy after exercising.

    Yellow or Green: May indicate an infection, especially if thick or clumpy like cottage cheese or has a foul odor.

    Spotting Blood/Brown Discharge: May happen right after periods, and is just "cleaning out" your vagina. Old blood looks brown. This may occur when you are ovulating/mid-cycle. It can also happen right before a period. Your first period can look like this also.

    Different types of infections, which a girl can get at any time:

    Signs of yeast infections:
    White, cottage cheese-like discharge
    Swelling and pain around the vulva
    Intense itching
    Buy Monistat 7 over-the-counter
    Take Difulcan

    Signs of bacterial vaginosis:
    A white, gray or yellowish vaginal discharge
    A fishy odor that is strongest after sex or after washing with soap
    Itching or burning
    Slight redness and swelling of the vagina or vulva
    See a doctor, as this will not go away on its own
    Always wipe front to back

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