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What could be wrong if you have a vaginal odor and quite a lot of creamy discharge?

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2005-09-30 20:29:47
2005-09-30 20:29:47

it could be a yeast infection or something called bacterium vaginosis witch is a sexually transmitted disease. but the best thing to do is go get tests from a doctor because it could be serious or even potentially dangerous.

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