Yeast infections

Discussion in 'General Sex Discussion' started by RockyRaccoon, Apr 3, 2007.

  1. RockyRaccoon

    RockyRaccoon New Member

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    I read that yeast infections can produce secretions that look just like normal vaginal secretions, and has no fishy smell. If I go down on a girl or am having sex with her, how do I know if she has a yeast infection or not when she gets all wet and drippy? Kinda scary. Thanks.
     
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    Sexy Scorp will be along at any moment to answer your question Rocky.
     
  3. HardRocker

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    She must be taking the day off.
    I say if it looks good and smells okay, eat it. And I'm an expert.
     
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    If you have a microscope on hand you can use thallium as a vital stain for yeast mitochondria.
     
  5. RockyRaccoon

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    So in short, there's no clearcut way to tell if a girl has a vaginal yeast infection or if she's just producing normal secretions...?

    Sexyscorp, help!
     
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    Do you have any reason to believe she has an infection? She's supposed to get all wet and drippy when she's sexually aroused.
     
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