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Creamy white fluid from vagina during sex

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hi,i had sex with my boy friend last night and before ejaculation something white and creamy came out of my vagina and his penis was white and wet and he didnt like it and also some small peices white were on his penis,i didnt felt anything,even i wasnt itchy and now im not feeling itchy.i have to add something,i used hair removal cream to remove the hair of my vagina 3 days before and it made my vagina red and itchy for 2 days but i washed it carefully and i used Betamethasone 0.1 topical ointment and it wasnt red and itchy any more while i was having sex.i am just worried about the white fluid thing that came out of me!what does it mean?


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replied October 16th, 2010
Sexual Health - Women Answer A16676
Hi, and thanks for your medical question on eHealth forum!

The white substance that came out of vagina could be the cream you applied and that remained behind. It could also be a fungal infection. The only way to know is through vaginal swab tested by KOH or potassium hydroxide. If the white substance continues to come out, get this investigated by a gynecologist. Hope this helps. Take care!



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