my g/f's vaginal discharge during/after intercourse has changed?

Whenever my girlfriend and I have sex, her "wetness" is usually clear and kind of sticky almost. Lately it has been creamy and white and a little thicker, but I haven't noticed any smells. The other night after we did it, the condom was covered in creamy colored discharge. What happened? Does she have an infection? If so, how do I approach her about this? She's a grown woman who can take care of herself, but I'm worried she might have something wrong. If she does have an infection, can I get it?
the amount has also increased….there is a lot of creamy colored discharge left after we have sex…her wetness isn't in normal amounts like it used to be.

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9 Responses to my g/f's vaginal discharge during/after intercourse has changed?

  1. suki says:

    This sounds completely normal. During different times of the month, women's discharge changes. It all has to do with hormones and her menstrual cycle. Only be concerned when there is an odor and/or the color is yellow or greenish. White and clear are normal.

  2. Kiss My BabyGoat says:

    yeast infection, get a spoon

  3. atlantagirl says:

    Sounds like it may be a possible yeast infection.If so, it can be treated with over the counter medications.
    As far as approaching her, do it kindly, gently. She may be a little embarassed, but if approached correctly, will appreciate your concern.
    If the yeast infection meds don't help, ask her to see her gynecologist for testing.

  4. The sex Dr says:

    Normal vaginal discharge has several purposes: cleaning and moistening the vagina, and helping to prevent and fight infections. Although it's normal for the color, texture, and amount of vaginal fluids to vary throughout a girl's menstrual cycle, some changes in discharge may indicate a problem.

    If you think your gf may have a problem, she should see a doctor as soon as possible. First, though, it helps to learn some of the differences between normal and abnormal vaginal discharge. This will help you to recognize changes that may occur.

    Normal vaginal fluids can vary somewhat in texture and color. They can be somewhat thin, sticky, and elastic or thick and gooey. Vaginal fluids should be clear, white, or off-white in color.

    It's important to keep an eye out for changes in vaginal fluids. The following changes may indicate a problem:

    change in odor (especially an unpleasant odor)
    change in color or texture (especially greenish, grayish, or anything looking like pus)
    vaginal itching, burning, swelling, or redness
    vaginal bleeding or spotting that is not a menstrual period xx

  5. fairyboots1 says:

    Could be a yeast infection. But..a woman's vaginal discharge changes over the course of the month due to hormonal influences. If you 2 are intimate enough to be having sex..then talk to her about it. Just be upfront and mention what you observed. But..be tactful and don't start saying that you are worried about catching something from her.

  6. Daniel-Kenneth U says:

    You had better stop messing around so that you don;t get what she has.
    Then you must repent of your sin.

  7. snwwht82 says:

    It sounds like she may have a yeaste infection or Bacteria Vaginosis. Neither one of them can be transfered to you and it is not cause she is dirty or anything. Sometimes it happens from haveing sex, before her period and alot of other things. As you said she is a grown woman and she knows something isnt right downthere and that she needs to go she her doc to get it cleared up for her health. Sorry I really dont have any good ideas on ways you can approach her about it just be honest and upfront on how you feel and that you are concerned for her. Hope that helps some

  8. isitlove69 says:

    I think she is fine vaginal secretions when im close to ovulation i have lots of thick white discharge. if she had a yeast infection it would be very uncomfortable for her to have sex and she would be itchy. i highly doubt there is something wrong its perfectly normal.

  9. gypsyveg says:

    Clear and sticky is fertile mucus. More thick and white, is normal discharge.

    How much water is she drinking?

    The vagina is self-cleaning. This same discharge increases the closer you get to ovulation and when you are sexually aroused.

    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.

    Brown: May happen right after periods, and is just "cleaning out" your vagina. Old blood looks brown.

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