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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.