Im 14 and i have a very very heavy flow when on my period. I bleed through super plus tampons in 30 min on my worst days. Also right now i have a very heavy flow of discharge. I am very active and its never been this bad before. i cant go a day without feeling gross. What i also find is strange is that my discharge has a smell, but its not fishy but it is certainly noticable and i can smell it when i sit down. Im also very uncomfertable with my body because i do have large labia and i just dont know what to do, my mom said she'd ask my doctor about birth control but idk when its going to happen and i really want to go on it because it will reduce all these things (everything but my labia). my discharge fits all the discriptions for normal but i still dont know why its just so heavy... help?
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