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3 years ago
I guess it's mucus but it's yellowish and sort of clear and it smells very bad and i don't have not even the whole 24 hours since iv'e tookin a shower! And i haven't had sex so im pretty sure it's not that! Because iv'e heard that when your pregnant your have a very strong smell. I'm scared could i be pregnant?

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3 years ago
You may have an infection.  I've never had a smell, good - bad - or otherwise when I was pregnant.  If I had an infection then I did and that could account for your irrregular periods.  It could also have to do with the cyst.  You may want to make an appointment with your doctor to get checked out.  They can do a culture test to make sure.  If you are pregnant and have an infection then you want to clear it up asap.  I would go ahead and call, this would help ease your mind. 
3 years ago
I have never had a yellow discharge. I have no clue what it could be other than an infection like lissiemel said. I would definitely call your dr and make an appointment to be checked out. When it comes to your health you don't want to play around. Best of luck to you sweetie! :)
3 years ago
I might have an answer.. I get the same thing.. and normally when i see the doc.. he says its a UTi.. Uranary-track-infection.. i get it all the time.. yes it does smell and its not ur fault.. Its ur body.. dont be too worried but yes you should go see your OB/GYN.. just to make sure

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