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kiss my girlfriends vagina
in our last meeting i kissed my girls vagina lips......after that she told me that she had having a white discharge from some days from her vagina.........is this white discharge is infectious or kiss my girlfriend's vagina is good or cause me any disseas
pls guide me.
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2047155 tn?1396905227
A lot of women have a mild discharge at times but if it is abnormal for her & you notice anything weird going on with you lips or throat I would get checked to be on the safe side.
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hi,i dont know how old you both are,but it seems your very young and naieve.also,are you english? not that it matters,just your pronounciation...
read a book or there is always television
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1809109 tn?1331807377
Discharge can be a symptom of infection- yeast or bacteria. I agree with Babe4chevy -if you start feeling any discomfort in your mouth, it's possible you got a yeast or bacterial infection there. It's also possible to get a yeast infection under the foreskin, so be cautious when you're having sex. Always use condoms unless you're trying for a baby, this will help prevent any STD or other kind of infection.
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always..always put somethin on the end of it...lesson learnt..but if you are young..and starting out... a womans discharge is white..doesnt mean she is infected...or has an std..or whatever..the pessimists say......be good.be careful..put somethin on the end of it...
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