Over the years (I am 26) I have noticed on occasion a vaginal discharge (sometimes white, sometimes yellowish) and have not been all too bothered by it ... doesn't happen all the time and I have read up on it and decided it was normal.
On very rare occasion (maybe three or four other times) I have noticed a similar discharge (always white) from my rectum as well. I discovered it either by wiping or (once) by feeling it.
However, this evening I noticed it vaginally and anally. I am concerned that both happened at the same time. I am wondering if it might have to do with the fact that I was crying heavily earlier this evening. I have noticed the vaginal discharge at times when I have a cold or my allergies are bothering me, and so have had heavy mucus in my nose and throat.
Does anyone have any suggestions? Thanks in advance.
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