White/mucousy discharge could just mean that you are ovulating. White discharge really doesn't indicate anything serious. Thick, white discharge is common at the beginning and end of your cycle. Normal white discharge is not accompanied by itching. If itching is present, thick white discharge can indicate a yeast infection.
I am 16, turning 17 and I found out about 3years ago that i started getting a white discharge. I have never really been stressed about it and it hasn't really bothered me. Until yesterday, studying for an exam, i learned that it is a sign for cancer..
What should i do???
I kinda have the same problem and I'm confused. It happens everyday for me and its like egg yolk but white sometimes clear. Im still a virgin and I'm 15! My periods are regular. It doesn't have a smell either. Im scared
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