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I'm only young, have only had 2 sexual partners, have never been pregnant and have never had a STI. I've noticed a white discharge, there's no itching,burning, or odor. Everything seems pretty normal, except the fact of the discharge, it's NOT like cottage cheese, it's more like lotion or creamy I guess. It is also a farmilar thing, not the first time it's happened, maybe it's just me but it also seems like it is comming from my urethra rather than my vagina. I don't believe it's ovulation either because it seems to happen almost everyday, and mostly when wiping after peeing. I'm not exactly worried about it because it's been going on for as long as I can remember and has no pain or discomfort at all. I'm not sure what to make of this situation. Any info would be greatly appreciated!
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