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white discharge.

alright i just turned 16 and i started my period like 3 years ago, and ever since like as soon as i get off my period i get white stuff that comes out of my vagina, and it smeels disgusting so i were tampons 24/7 cause then it doesnt smell. my vagina doesnt itch or anytihng just white stuff comes, out. its really annoying and i wanna know what it is, cause i wanna go out and get something to help it but idk what to get, please helpp !!!
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By the sounds of it, you have a yeast infection.

Is it thick and white, like cottage cheese? If so, then it's a possible yeast infection. If this is your first yeast infection, I'd get checked out by your doctor.. possibly an OBGYN. They'll do a test, and if it's positive for a yeast infection, then you'll get either oral medication or a couple of gel pills you gotta insert into your vagina.

If you're wanting to test yourself, at home, then you can.To be sure, get a yeast infection test strips. They're by, I believe, Monistat. I'd get one of the tests, read the directions carefully and see what the results are. If they're positive, then get a Monistat Yeast Infection treatment in the store. Comes in 3 different kinds.. 1 Day, 3 Day, and a 7 Day.

But I recommend to go to your Mother, or an older close female or relative and go see your doctor to get checked.
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sounds like a yeast infection....please dont use tampons anymore unless its your period time...that is definitely not healthy. You can go to Walgreens drug store and by a kit to test if you have a yeast infection and them by the monistat 1 day. hope this helps
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