Do some women just never ever get yeast infections? Or do they get them and just have NO symptoms what so ever of having one? I've never had an infection, and while yes, I am thankful for this, I do wonder if something is wrong. I hope I'm not being confusing, but did you ever not having any issues with something and you think, "this is too easy..." I've never had any odor (unless I couldn't get to a shower for 3 days or something), never had a yeast infection, no bumps, and never any itches. My period is like clockwork (on and off birth control). Discharge has always been clear/white and in very small proportion, and when ovulating more elastic and completely clear, but still not alot.
My mum told me, as well as other women, that yeast infections and having a lot of "lady issues" is normal. How come I haven't had any "lady issues?" I'm almost 19 and got my period when I was 10 years old. The only problem I've ever had is finding the type of tampon that I like best.
Can some women be symptomless?
I don't want to find out one day that I have some sort of infection/sickness/disease that was undetectable.
Superstars, can you share your knowledge? Should I tell my gynocologist my concerns? Or am I just overreacting?
**Sidenote: The reason I ask is because I have a friend who was just like me, never had any issues down there, but then one day she found out she had severe cervical cancer! I got tested and got the vaccine, but Idk, I'm kind of wondering if I'm normal?