that is puberty
Few women get discharge from chlamydia. The addition of menstrual fluid to the existing vaginal and cervical discharge will certainly change the appearance. If you're worried that you may have chlamydia, get tested.
Vaginal discharge starts as you enter puberty, typically menarche (first period) starts within four years of starting puberty. Watch for heavier discharge and pink or brown discharge which may be an indication of coming closer to your period.
Vaginal discharge starts as you enter puberty, there is no way of telling when your period will start by when you started to get discharge. The most that can be said is that menstruation normally starts within four years of starting puberty.
The female egg cell travels from the ovaries through the Fallopian tube and into the uterus. The egg is then released and that is the clear/white discharge you get before a period. Then the blood collects on the vaginal wall and is released which completes the menstrual cycle.
Discharge is something you have every day starting from puberty, this is because discharge helps to keep the vagina clean and healthy: it flushes out dead cells, is acidic to kill bad bacteria but help healthy bacteria to thrive, and keeps vaginal tissues protected from damage. Discharge changes throughout your menstrual cycle and unusual changes to discharge can be a clue as to your vaginal health, so it's good to learn more about your discharge.
You are supposed to have discharge every day.
This discharge may be ovulation discharge, break through ovulation discharge, vaginal discharge from coming off the shot, normal vaginal discharge, yeast infection discharge, approaching period discharge or pregnancy discharge. There are many causes for vaginal discharge in women hun.
A vaginal discharge before a period is normal as is in pregnancy. See a doctor if you suspect you may be pregnant.
The discharge probably means you will get your period soon. A friend of mine also told me that discharge cleans out the vagina.
Yes, a vaginal infection can stop your period. This is because the PH balance can get messed up and stop the entire menstrual cycle.
No, the white vaginal does not stop before the period. This is one natural way that the vagina cleans itself.
Your menstrual flow comes out via your vaginal opening. The vaginal opening is at the bottom/back of your vulva, between your urethra (where you urinate from) and your anus (where you deficate from) - the vaginal opening is the same hole that vaginal discharge comes out of. Try looking at diaphragms online, such as from sex education sites like Scarleteen, to get an idea of where to look.
No, vaginal discharge isn't a sign of having a period soon. Discharge starts as you enter puberty as this is how the vagina keeps itself clean and healthy, menarche (first period) occurs within four years of starting puberty. Discharge changes leading up to your period but until you've had your cycles for a while it is unlikely that you would be able to tell from discharge when your period is due.
you will have a vaginal discharge which is white or yellowish stuff that will show up in your undies your breast will be tender and your period will start about 1 year after the vaginal discharge. to tell if your breast are tender is if they are sensative to the touch and or squize.
A girl's first vaginal discharge usually occurs anywhere from 6 to 18 months before their first period, or menarche. It's a sign that puberty is in full swing.
A vaginal discharge which looks like egg-whites is ovulation discharge. Prior to your period or after your period it is very common and normal to experience a white vaginal discharge that is not pregnancy related. It is your vagina keeping itself fresh and clean and preventing bacteria from causing a infection. But during pregnancy, a increase in vaginal discharge does occur and it continues to increase every few days.
Vaginal discharge it means your period is coming soon make sure your prepared!
Brown discharge is spotting, remaining blood from your period leaving the body and mixing with discharge. This is normal, you can use menstrual cups or pads to deal with it until it comes to an end.
its your vaginal discharge it means you are going to start your period. the mucous is not really mucous its your vagina cleaning itself.
Around puberty, before a girl gets her period.