HI HAVE WHITE MUCUS COMING OUT MY VAGINAL AREA…AND ITS NOT YEAST AND IT HAS NO ODOR. ANY IDEAS WHAT IT IS?

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8 Responses to HI HAVE WHITE MUCUS COMING OUT MY VAGINAL AREA…AND ITS NOT YEAST AND IT HAS NO ODOR. ANY IDEAS WHAT IT IS?

  1. _your guardian angel_ says:

    Completely normal.
    Its your body’s way of cleaning itself.

  2. snowwillow20 says:

    It is not unusual for women to have a white discharge especially during ovulation.

  3. ReroChan says:

    sperm

  4. btchplzz77 says:

    whipped cream?

  5. Brittany says:

    The vagina is like a self cleaning oven. It has its way of cleaning itself out. the oderless, white mucus is normal. If you went to the doctor and it didnt red flag him/her then its fine. Still not sure or satisfied get checked out throughly. Hoped i helped.

  6. Lebeautemps says:

    This is discharge, you get it daily which is totally normal and healthy, it flushes out dead cells and bacteria from your vagina and protects by keeping vaginal walls moist so not to dry or split, thanks to discharge your vagina is cleaner than your mouth. You have discharge all the time, changing as hormones change, which helps you see when you are fertile and if you have an infection. Things to look out for are unusual colour, bad odor, itching, or odd texture which could be a sign of infection that would require treatment – this is the only time you should be consdered about your discharge, otherwise discharge is totally healthy. If it is particularly mucus-like – sort of stretchy and feeling slimy to the touch or when you wipe, then this may be fertile quality cervical mucus, you get this when you are fertile around ovulation, it helps the sperm reach the egg and protects sperm from the slightly acidic environment of your vagina – it’s a good thing.

    This page explains discharge very well – http://www.scarleteen.com/article/body/honorably_discharged_a_guide_to_vaginal_secretions

  7. Lee says:

    Its totally normal. Don’t worry I get it too. Its the joys of being a woman lol

  8. anabell says:

    It’s discharge. Your bodys just cleaning itself

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