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My girlfriend is having thick white discharge two weeks before period. What does this mean?

My girlfriend is having thick white discharge two weeks before period. What does this mean?

Possible Yeast Infec: This could be a yeast infection that would require antibiotics to clear out. Have her see her doctor. ...Read more

Discharge (Definition)

Discharge can be a noun or a verb; it has multiple meanings in physics, chemistry, military, and legal usage. The most common medical meaning is a substance that is being excreted. Examples: pus is the discharge from a pimple; a vaginal discharge can mean infection; an ear discharge can mean an infection of the outer ear tract; a nasal discharge ...Read more


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Can you answer, is white discharge 2 weeks from taking the Plan B pill normal?

Can you answer, is white discharge 2 weeks from taking the Plan B pill normal?

White discharge : Might be leukorrhea. If the discharge is clumpy, has an odor, causes pain, itching, burning or redness/ swelling - than please get this medically evaluated. ...Read more

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I am spotting brown and white discharge 2 weeks after my person.No pregnant symptoms.Just a slight cramp.

I am spotting brown and white discharge 2 weeks after my person.No pregnant symptoms.Just a slight cramp.

Ovulation bleeding: Some women have a few days of light bleeding around the time of ovulation. If you are on birth control pills, then it is usually from a different reason. Bleeding between periods can be normal, but at some point along the way, i would probably recommend a visit to the doctor and maybe even an ultrasound just to be sure there's nothing wrong that can be treated. ...Read more

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What does it mean when your ovulating to have a smelly milky white discharge 2 weeks before your period ? Does it mean you might have an std

What does it mean when your ovulating to have a smelly milky white discharge 2 weeks before your period ? Does it mean you might have an std

Sounds very normal: You can see an impressive change in cervical mucous right around the time of ovulation. It is completely normal. People who do natural family planning for contraception know that this is the fertile period and they avoid sex. If this is the only time of your cycle you notice this, then i would suspect that it is normal, but if it continues, you may want to be checked. ...Read more