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Odd smelling, green-yellow discharge. Lumps in breast. Normal?

im 15 years old turning 16 (next month) and recently ive been getting greenish-yellow discharge , theres no pain, itch , burn , or dryness. theres an odd smell but it doesnt smell bad. i dont know how to tell my doctor about this. im gonna see my doctor in a couple days because i have lumps in my breast and i dont know how i would bring this subject up without my mom knowing. im too embarrassed to tell my mom and im kinda sexually active and im afraid that my parents would find out. i just wanna know if having this kind of discharge is normal? should i bring it up to my doctor or would it go away if i just leave it?
Asked On : Fri, 25 May 2012
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You should definitely tell it to your doctor. You can simply put it this way, say that you have a vaginal discharge and want to get examined. Your doctor will do a physical examination on you. You may tell her anyway but by all ways, you should bring this to your doctor's address.

Do not be afraid, everything will be in place soon. If you do not speak, problems may worsen.

Hope this helps.

Answered: Thu, 2 Aug 2012
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