A vaginal discharge is completely normal. It's our body's way of self cleaning and it is also used to reproductive purposes and the discharge can vary in texture etc during different times in your cycle. Unless the discharge is strange in colour (yellow/green) or looks like clotted cheese and/or has a horrible smell to it then you have nothing to worry about. If you are experiencing any of those other things I would suggest going to the doctor, could be an infection.
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A stick white vaginal discharge can be due to ovulation (mid cylcle) or it can be due to pregnancy.
If these two are ruled out, then fungal infection and cervical erosion or inflammation will need to be looked into.
Please consult your gynecologist regarding this. You may need a vaginal swab test to rule out STDs.
hello. ive been told by several different doctors i have endometriosis symptoms and ive had these symptoms half my life,my question is i have little to no discharge does that mean i could be infertile? please help ty
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