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So about 7-8 mounths ago i started my period and it weird cause im almost in high school and well after i got it 2-4 months pass and my vagina gets strechy and weird but i have never had sex (eww) but i was scared and i really dont talk to my mom about this kinda stuff. Then 2 weeks later i get a big bump but then it goes away after 1 month but its still strechy and then white stuff comes out can you tell me what going on...


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replied August 14th, 2010
Vaginal and Uterus Health Answer A15275
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum.
The stretchiness of the vagina is indication of hormonal changes in the body. During initial time, you will get ‘anovulatory cycles’ (without egg release from ovary) due to which periods will be irregular and you might have long gaps between your periods.
Once you start having ‘ovulatory cycles’ (with egg release), then the periods and bleeding will get more regularised.
You should consider getting an examination done along with test on vaginal discharge to make sure you are not having any infection. Inform your mom, speak to her about the ‘weird’ feelings you are getting, and request her for taking you to the gynecologist/healthcare provider. She will help you out.
Take care.



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