Discharge 24/7 milky, stains pantys/yellowish. Wiped blood twice on toilet paper. Unprotected sex std? Cancer? Something more serious please help

STD. Urethral discharge and blood is definitely concerning for an STD, though there could be other causes. You should see your doctor or a local STD/sexual health clinic and start there, though if testing and/or treatment doesn't help you may need to see a urologist. Good luck!

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