I am 20 years old and have only had sex with two men, I have been getting this white discharge during sex. It only happens during sex and it has only been recent. I broke up with my boyfriend of 3 years about 6 months ago and whenever i had sex with him this never happened. but sex with my recent boyfriend produces this white stuff. It does not smell bad and sometimes it is heavier than others. I have been dating him for about 5 months and it has only happened in the last month. Other people say that it is just because I am having orgasms or just enjoying the sex but i dont see why it wouldn't have happened with my ex. So i am confused, why do i have odorless white discharge during sex with my recent boyfriend and not my ex boyfriend? Is it possible that it is an STD? Is it normal? If it is normal then why is it only happening now? Please help.
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