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Abnormal discharge

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  • Posted By: LyteRed352
  • December 6, 2006
  • 09:54 PM

I've had discharge every single day since I started my period.When It first started it was very heavy it used to drip down my legs, now it's not as heavy but it's there and it's very uncomfortable. It's white/clear, it has no smell and it's watery sometimes, other times it's not so watery but it's not thick. It's been 7 years and it's still there, Is this normal?

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  • Yes it could possibly be normal, thou if you are worried at all and its discharging a lot, you should go and see a doctor about it. All females get some discharge of cervical mucus often at certain times of the month, ones fertility can be guaged by the type of discharge going on at certain times. This mucus will vary eg become clearer and more thinner and then go like stretchy sticky egg white when its at a fertile point of ones cycle right about ovulation time. At times this discharge could be yellowish. Many can find the discharge crusted on ones pants at certain times of the month.. its all normal if it isnt a smelly discharge at all and there shouldnt be overly much but at times it may certainly be noticable. One can use the mucus secretion observations, which are usually observered along with temperature recordings being taken as part of natural family planning (as a birth control method.. The Sympto_thermal method). This is a very common thing for catholics who dont believe in other forms of birth control and others who cant use other contraceptive methods.. if taught properly and practiced properly.. is almost as successful as using the contraceptive pill. Natural Family Planning clinics teach this.
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    • December 7, 2006
    • 00:40 PM
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