A vaginal discharge is a necessary part of the body's regular functioning. A normal discharge is usually clear to white and is part of the body's self-cleaning process. A foul odor and/or a thick, like soft cheese, discharge may indicate a possible infection. Among the most common is a yeast infection, or candidiasis which occurs when the yeast fungus called Candida albicans, which is normally found in the vagina grows above normal levels.
might be discharge you'll be fine as long as you arent hurting,how old are you/if you havent started your period it might be from a hormone in your body,you should be fine,talk to your mom about it if you dont get the anser you want
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It's not always a yeast infection or any other infection. There can be a normal discharge that is a sign of your female part cleaning itself out. A soft cottage-cheese looking discharge indicates an infection. Bacteria Vaginosis is not always an STD, but it can remain in your female part; without you actually knowing. A lot of doctors don't know what B.V is caused by. Anytime you have an infection, you may have abdominal pain. When you're ovulating, there can be abdominal pain, but you will always have a thin-clear mucus that will come out of your female part; which is normal. Bacteria Vaginosis can cause lower back pain as well as abdominal pain. If anytime, you have a strong/powerful odor down there, you need to see a doctor.
You have received most info you need but one thing about candida is a over abundance of sugar in the diet is a culprit . .the sad thing about candida is most people don't realize is sugar is like poison. To much can also affect the brain like other parts of your body. To much sugar causes inflammation everywhere in the system. I'd also say see a doctor