I forgot to mention that while I do get my periods every month, they have been coming about 2-3 days earlier every month. At the beginning of the year, my regular start date was around the 30th of each month, now I'm down to the 9th (last month) and if all follows suit, I expect to have it by the 7th of next month. They have also been alot heavier, shorter and more painful than usual...
It occured to me today that my 'discharge' is not really coming out on it's own, it doesn't show up on my panties but after having sex, my boyfriend's penis was covered in it. Is this still considered 'discharge'?
is the discharge just kind of "sitting" in there. like if you took a mirror and opened your vaginal lips is it all white, gooey discharge? does sound like a yeast infection. no burning? redness? irritation? itching? those usually accompany a yest infection. i know things feel swollen down there/thick when i have one. try the 7 day monistat but you do need to be 100% certain it is indeed a yeast infection.
What was the deal with the abnormal Pap? Has your Dr. offered an explanation as to why it is abnormal and what will be done about it? I had an Ab. Pap some years ago and had to have Chryosurgery. Just wondering if whatever is causing the pap to be abnormal is also the source of the discharge. Also, since it was abnormal, you really should contact your doc and tell him/her about the discharge. Good Luck!
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