I have read a lot about yeast infections and bacterial infections. I believe that I have a normal discharge, there is no burning or itching but for so?

May b normal. Some discharges are normal. The fact that you do not have an excessive amount and that it is not causing irrritation or odor also go along with normal types of vaginal discharge. There are some otc ph testing kits that can help to differentiate the 2 more common types of vaginitis. It may be normal discharge.

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