okamikaze (okamikaze) wrote in vaginapagina,

Me again. To garlic or not to garlic?

Hi! I realize I've been posting a lot lately, but I just keep on thinking of more things that I've been wondering/ have been questioning. Also I'm really paranoid about what my girly bits are doing, because I'm about to see my fb after two weeks separation (this is long for us) and I know a lot of sexin' is about to happen. I just want to make sure everything is in working order.

For about three weeks now I've had a white, clumpy discharge. It's not really noticeable until I insert either my fingers or anything else in my vagina, and even then it's only a light, clumpy coating. I'm a curious soul so I can say that it tastes a bit sourish at first. It doesn't smell fishy or anything, just...I don't even know how to describe it... kind of musty I guess. Not bad, but not like anything I've had before.

Now, I researched on Google and read through the tags of vp, and it doesn't really sound like a yeast infection, because there's no itching or swelling or anything, but I don't think it's normal. Would it be bad if I just went ahead and assumed it's a yeast infection (my gyno is about 5 hours away from me right now), and treated it like one with maybe garlic and/or yogurt? It shouldn't hurt right? If it's a very light yeastie it should make it go away, if it's not the treatment shouldn't hurt anything, right? 

Also, if I do go ahead and do the whole garlic thing, does it smell garlicy? Can I go about my regular business without being paranoid that I smell? (I don't usually eat garlic, like, ever, so it would raise questions lol!) And does it hurt/how do I go about it?

Thanks gals! 
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