I have had a vaginal discharge for as long as I can remember. But now that I am 17, my discharge has become really bad. I get it everyday and has a smelly odor to it and it is a white color. Even when I'm on my period, my discharge is there. My doctor said it was normal, but I think my doctor is wrong. I have to wear a pad everyday because a paniliner is not enough, is there any type of medication that can make my discharge stop? Or make it to where it doesn't happen everyday?
yeah me too but i dont know what to do...everyone else saids it normal but still. my underwear is always wet every day and i always think i started my period but really its the discharge. plus i'm in sports so the odor smells even worse after i sweat. ugh its annoying but do tell when you find a solutions.
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