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    ive noticed i have a smell 'down there' i clean myself with water after ive been on the toilet down there although sometimes i rush and dont use water, just tissue. I read that this can indicate infection but ive had this for like a year. I sometimes have smell, sometimes dont it depends on my time of months. such as if im ovulatin my panties become wet with discharge which comes with smell. whereas other times when there is not discharge i dont notice a smell.

    is it normal to get discharge? sometimes its runny and clear. othertimes is sticky and yellow like

    sorry if i grossed some people out

    btw im not sexually active.
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    Is the smell kinda fishy/rotten?
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    Is the smell kinda fishy/rotten?
    i dont know. i just notice that it smells
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    ive noticed i have a smell 'down there' i clean myself with water after ive been on the toilet down there although sometimes i rush and dont use water, just tissue. I read that this can indicate infection but ive had this for like a year. I sometimes have smell, sometimes dont it depends on my time of months. such as if im ovulatin my panties become wet with discharge which comes with smell. whereas other times when there is not discharge i dont notice a smell.

    is it normal to get discharge? sometimes its runny and clear. othertimes is sticky and yellow like

    sorry if i grossed some people out

    btw im not sexually active.
    Wort getting it checked out to be sure. Go to a walk-in, make a drs appointment, see a pharmacist anything like that. Vaginal infections and things are pretty common so it wouldn't be supprising if you did get one. Nothing to be embarassed about either.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    i dont know. i just notice that it smells
    Go see your GP. They can help much more than student room will
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    Go see your GP. They can help much more than student room will
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    Wort getting it checked out to be sure. Go to a walk-in, make a drs appointment, see a pharmacist anything like that. Vaginal infections and things are pretty common so it wouldn't be supprising if you did get one. Nothing to be embarassed about either.
    the thing is though, im out of the country for a while and there isnt any decent healthcare where i am.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    the thing is though, im out of the country for a while and there isnt any decent healthcare where i am.
    How bad is it right now and when do you get back?

    It seems like this is something that has been going on for a while so as long as it hasn't become worse recently and you aren't gone for too long you should probably be fine just managing the symptoms and going to see a doctor when you get back.

    Google your symptoms and check nhs direct. Vaginal discharge and irritations are common so I would immagine that what you are currently experiencing isn't too serious.

    If it looks like anything more problematic you may have to consider other options.
 
 
 
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