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    Irregular Vaginal Discharge (*skin tissue like)
    An_197079 posted:

    I'm 24yrs old and am currently not sexually active, boyfriend is deployed and before he deployed I hadn't had intercourse for 6months prior and yes I do use condoms whenever we have had intercourse.
    The Current Issue:
    My vaginal discharge has been looking like a greenish sometimes yellowish skin tissue sometimes up to 2inches long...I go to my GYN they give me the same pills (Metronidazole) that work for approx. 3days but then my discharge goes back to this deflated greenish yellow skin tissue look and texture. It does not look like cottage cheese, it doesn't have blood spots or veins in it, it rarely has any odor if at all. It doesn't itch and this happens regardless of me having my menstrual cycle or not.....any help....advice....???

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