I am 21 years old and have a history of bladder infections. I've been getting them since i was about 12. Doctors have told me it's because of the tampon i used to use, wiping, whatever i've heard it all. I have had one kidney infection. I am sexually active and have had the same partner for about a year now. I have had other partners, but to my knowledge have never had any STD.
I am experiencing a small amount of mucus when i urinate. After i pee, little drops of white, cloudy mucus looking substance, drips into the toilet. There is no pain and I am positive i don't have a UTI. This has been going on for some time, i really couldn't say exactly how long, but long enough. The mucus increases especially after i have a bowel movement.
What does this mean?? Is this normal?? I am not pregnant and am healthy otherwise.
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