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?