Chunky, white/grey discharge and slight vaginal smell.
I'm 16 and just recently started having sex, I have used protection during every act..
lately I've noticed a almost constant itch around my labia and vaginal opening.. Every time I use the restroom there is a white/grey think discharge in my under wear and when I look on my labia it looks as if there is chunks of skin, or chunks or discharge everywhere.. Im constantly cleaning the skin/discharge away, and trying to get rid of the smell. Once I put a tampon in (not for my period) and when I pulled it out there were the chunks or skin/discharge coating it. Sometimes around my vaginal opening there can be a slight burning sensation, but i think it maybe from itching. It never hurts when I pee. Can someone please help me find out what is going on with my body? am I pregnant..? do i have and std? yeast infection? or will this just go away with time and constant care?
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