Vaginal white discharge consists of cervical mucus, discarded cells and harmless bacteria that are normaly present in the vagina. Clear or milky secretions in a small amount should be considered as normal unless they are accompanied with offensive odor or changes in color. Creamy white vaginal discharge may be sign of a serious disorder. It can be treated with cryosurgery. Also, that could be a vulvar vestibulitis, so you should consult a doctor. Forgotten tampon is also one of the reasons for abnormalities in secretions. There are some medications that influence hormonal levels. I recommended you to visit your doctor to check it and be sure if that is just product of some medication or fever or you will need treatment. As soon as you start the results will be better for you.
It's tough to say whether it's something to be concerned about such as an infection, or whether its just normal discharge. If it's happening after sex it could be female semen, or male semen for that matter. If you're really worried about it, talk to a doctor or gynecologist.
I haven't always had it. It used to be clear. Now it's almost always white & creamy...same texture as glue. Even whenever I have sex it's thick & white. My boyfriend is used to it now but it still bothers me. There's no itching or anything. Is this normal?
Thick and creamy isn't a good sign, it can be a sign of infection. Does it smell fishy or unusual? Give it 3 days or so, keep yourself clean and avoid harsh smelling soaps. If it doesn't thin out and isn't clear, I'd go see your doctor/gyno for a check up!
To me that sounds like a yeast infection maybe you should go to the local drug store and get a douche and see that stops the discharge if not then go to your gyno
There's no smell..& this has been an ongoing thing. Like it'll be clear for a few days & then turn white again for a long time. But thank you.