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Why unusual discharge, when having sex ?

Towards the end of sex, my boyfriend and I have noticed a thick, white, creamy discharge on the base of his penis. It came from me. We have been sexual partners for the past four years and have both tested negative for STD s. I recently had a culture done for yeast and bacterial infections that came back negative as well. I recently switched birth control from yasmin to the nuva-ring, though the discharge has appeared during use of both. This discharge is unlike any that I normally experience throughout the day or in most intercourse. Could you please explain why this happens?
Asked On : Thu, 13 Jan 2011
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The thick white discharge you has is probably very innocuous. It is likely to be a mass of dead exfoliated cells and proteins from the vaginal surface, which has dried up partially to become thick. If it if bothering you, then remove the nuva-ring, take a light vaginal douche and insert the nuva-ring back within an hour or so. If it is not bothering you, then just ignore it.
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