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    vaginal discharge with no smell, or other symptoms
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    alwaysworried posted:
    I have a discharge that looks like mucus from your nose its not as green tinted as that but it is slightly green there is no smell I do not itch burn or have trouble urinating Married with 2 children on birth control and take 30-40 mg adderall daily for my ADHD Also the discharged comes out in large amounts from vagina after i urinate? My husband was diagnosed with prostialitis and we do not use protection during intercourse, could it b something caused by his infection?
     
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Do you have the discharge all month or is it only during certain times? I have mucusy discharge around the time of ovulation and it comes out when I urinate.
     
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    alwaysworried responded:
    It's been constant for about a month???
     
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    Cheyenne2009 responded:
    You need to see your GYN to find out what is going on.


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