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NSFW, Question for women only. (please see details)

Asked by qwertyuiop2012 (11 points ) November 22nd, 2012

Men, you might find the following appalling, so I warn you- leave now.

Women, I’ve been getting a pinkish discharge for the past two days. I tried looking up information about it but all I see is stuff about pregnancy. It’s seriously freaking me out- I’m a virgin and I’ve never even kissed anyone. Can someone please put me at ease?

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livelaughlove21's avatar

It could be some minor spotting due to ovulation. Are there any other symptoms – itching, burning, irritation?

Pink is most likely just a bit of blood mixing with normal discharge. Since you’re a virgin, there’s no STD to worry about.

Relax, it’s probably nothing. If it persists or you have any other symptoms, see a doctor to be sure. For now, there’s no reason to be alarmed.

qwertyuiop2012's avatar

@livelaughlove21
Nope, no other symptoms. No pain, no itching- nothing.

Pandora's avatar

A light cycle probably, or maybe a draining cyst. More the likely the first one. If its not itching or smelling than I wouldn’t worry. Cycles go a little crazy from time to time as your hormones change.

qwertyuiop2012's avatar

Okay that makes me feel a LOT better. Thank you so much.

augustlan's avatar

Agree with the above. I wouldn’t worry unless it’s a continuous thing. You should be fine. :)

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Yeahright's avatar

Nonetheless, keep track of it. Keep a journal/record of how often it happens, how long it lasts, etc. So that you have precise info to provide your doc with in the event you have to go see one if it persists. Just keep an eye on it, but don’t worry too much, things like that will happen over and over.

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