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Discharge after protected sex ?

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i had protected sex with my boyfriend and the next day i had discharge coming out of me when i woke up and got up to use the bathroom jus came out kinda watery snd there is no smell at all or acward colour is there soething wrong ?


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replied July 27th, 2010
Vaginal and Uterus Health Answer A14700
Hello,
Welcome to ehealthforum.
The watery clear discharge that you had after intercourse could be your own vaginal and cervical secretions.
If there is no foul smell or colour or itching associated, then do not worry about it.
If this happens again and after each intercourse, then you will need to get an examination by your gynecologist and investigations done on the discharge to rule out infectious cause.
Take care.




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