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    SO ASHAMED..WORRIED FOR MY BABY..STD?
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    joycelin posted:
    after my 3yr relationship didnt work out i became way too sexually active and ive had unprotected sex with 5 guys in 6 months ...2 DAYS AGO after having sex HRS LATER i took a shower and some brownish discharge which i USUALLY get before i get my period came out of my vagina but it was a little more cloudy with white... and after i looked in a mirror SITTING ON A TOILET i had a watery REALLY CLEAR like a nose drip discharge which has turned a little white-yellow now when i wipe... theres no major itch or odor but a little cramping ... is this an std? and could i have infected my one year old daughter through sharing drinks, food, and spoons..???? I AM FREAKING OUT FOR HER!

    im going to planned parenthood in the morning... im done being so stupid
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    FCL responded:
    I have no idea whether this is an STD or not but I CAN tell you that you have not infected your daughter. You catch STDs from sexual contact, not from sharing drinks or cutlery. Breathe
    There's nothing inherently dirty about sex, but if you try real hard and use your imagination you can overcome that.


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