I am a virgin and am not sexually active, however, a few days back I started getting a large amount of vaginal discharge, I checked all possible diseases or infections that it could be to match my symptoms but i dont have any, its clear, odorless just like regular normal discharge, except i'm feeling "wet" and moist down there all the time, Im constantly having to go to the washroom to wipe myself. I dont have to pee alot, nothing hurts, i dont feel any irritation or burning sensation, I just feel wet all the time and I keep having to wipe it, why is this happening? If im not sexually active how come this is happening? Please tell me what i can do to stop it!!!!
This is normal. Many women wear a panty liner for this reason. Hormones are responsible for the production of vaginal mucus. Some women produce more and at some times during the month the amount can increase. Unless it is discolored and/or foul smelling and causes discomfort you are fine.
i'm 13wks pregnant. i wiped and had dark brown blood could it be discharge-don't know but like 2 wks ago i was spotting as i've again wiped. dr. said it was signs of miscarriage but baby was fine than. i'm waiting for my dr. to call me back-i'm really concerned. yesterday the baby was moving alot and i can't feel it move any more maybe it died in me and i don't even know it-i'm scared. it was the color of black gel. has anyone experienced what i am now?
If your doctor doesn't call you back soon I'd even recommend just walking in to see if they'll take you. Bleeding can be an emergency, especially earlier on in pregnancies. Please keep us updated on how you are; I am concerned. I hope the best and hope that its just normal minor spotting
m 20 n have been sexually inactive for almost 2 years. is it normal to feel execessive urges to have sex or an orgasm. i do not typically mastrubate because i don't feel like. also, in general course i have a lot of vaginal discharge which is often foul smelling. it makes me very uncomfortable and using a panty liner all the time can be quite frustating. should i consult a doctor?