I've been having abnormal white discharge for 2mos now, but I don't feel any burning/itchiness, is it yeast infection?

Could be? Yeast doesn't have to cause itching and burning. It is usually curdish (like cottage cheese). It would also depend on whether you are pregnant? Usually a white discharge without foul odor or burning, stinging or other symptoms doesn't necessarily mean anything. A "physiologic" discharge may be ocurring. It can be due to medications, "the pill" or other contraceptives. If in doubt, check it out.

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