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hi i'm wondering what this is i had sex with my boyfriend and some very white liquid came out not gooey but liquid could i be pregnant we had sex a week and a half ago and he cam in me and it came out three days after that too. please help... its not like the regular secretions that usually come out its literally milk white....
It may simply be his semen. Only the sperm continue on into the female reproductive tract. The "carrier" semen coagulates and is discharged. It is usually a mucousy white consistency. If you only have this discharge after intercourse, then this is probably what is going on, but it wouldn't hurt to have a check up with your doctor and rule out vaginal infections or STIs.
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