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Vaginal or cervical discharge daily for 2 years: resembles skim milk and pours out. Help!

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  • Posted By: acapla
  • October 31, 2014
  • 10:50 PM

Hi everyone,

I'm new here. I've been searching forums and visiting doctors for 2 years and have not found an answer for this embarrassing, persistent, copious discharge.

1. In the past two years, I have had three rounds of all available tests for STIs, BV, trichomoniasis, yeast infections, cervical infections... You name it, I've had it tested. All tests have been 100% negative.
2. My partner and I use condoms 100% of the time.
3. I have taken combined (estrogen and progesterone) oral contraceptive pills for 10 years. Three months ago, I switched to progesterone-only oral contraceptive pills. This change did not cause my discharge to change at all.

So, for the past 2 years, every single day that I am not menstruating, I experience odorless discharge that looks exactly like skim milk (not viscous, not mucus-y, not egg-white, not stretchy) that pours out of my vagina 10-15 times per day. I once wore a DivaCup for 12 hours while not on my period and I collected a full cup of this discharge. It is definitely coming from my cervix/vagina, not urethra. It drips down my legs when I am not wearing underwear. It drips out of me when I use the bathroom. It creates a large puddle on the sheets everytime I have sex (with a condom, always).

I am so, so embarrassed by it. I avoid sex with my partner for fear of getting copious amounts of water-like discharge all over him.

I don't know what to do... Any advice would be so very appreciated.

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