I am 22 years young, & i am not pregnant cause i dint lose my virginity yet. for every 28 days i get my regular periods. normal amount of bleeding. my problem is that i am getting brown color discharge from my vagina, it is also itchy over there but not severe , very moderate itchy feeling. i also have very very severe itching around my both the areola , which forms reddish brown dry skin spots around my areola gradually turning into brown plain spots which has started after my boyfriend licked my nipples 2 years back, and that was the last time i got it licked.[embarrassed to admit] . both of them are not continuous, but continual . There is no specific pattern of occurance i feel, i dint notice though. But its like 2 days m getting that brown discharge then again white discharge , again after 1 or 2 days brown then may ne after 3 days again white.... this sought of pattern and itching around my areola has very surely no pattern of occurance. i would be grateful to one who can help me!!
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