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I would like to know if it is normal for a woman with herpes to have a heavy white discharge everyday. Been to the doctor for repeated yeast infections and BV, all of the STD testing are neg. Are the discharges from the herpes. Thanks
hi there. I am having the same problem. I am going to a gyno on monday to see what's going on. I'm wondering if its cervicitis which has discharge as a main symptom. cervicitic is almost always caused by an infection. I am neg for all std's as well - and just tested for herpes, so I'm still waiting. My discharge doesn't go away and I have no idea if I'm having a breakout because I don't have sores. Do you have sores? Supposedly, you can get them on your cervix and not know it, and that causes discharge.
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