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2014-05-16 20:52:05
2014-05-16 20:52:05

Yes it is normal to have vaginal discharge daily. A milky colored discharge is normal discharge


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Yes, all people with a vagina will have discharge at all times.Discharge is how the vagina stays clean and healthy, discharge flushes out dead cells as well as maintaining healthy pH and protecting vaginal tissues from damage - just like tears in the eyes or snot in the nose. When aroused lubrication is produced by the Bartholin Glands lower in the vagina, this is slightly different to normal vaginal discharge women experience daily.

Don't jump to conclusions as it is quite common for women to have this and it is vaginal discharge. Some women wear pantyliners daily to prevent having this in their underwear.

That would be another way to describe the process of menstruation.A vaginal discharge can be normal secretions of the mucus glands in the vaginal area OR signs of an STD. If it's white, it's usually alright. But IF it has color or odor or pain and itching, see a doctor.Actually, discharge can be white, clear, or yellow, and when it dries it usually is dusty. You can buy pantie liner to soak this up, or you can just wash and change daily. Vaginal discharge does have a very slight odor like period blood, but nothing that anybody else would ever notice. Discharge will be quite heavy just before you get your period, so it is a good idea to have some liners or pads with you.Discharge is mostly found when a girl that has hit puberty is having a period. Blood comes out. And this yellowy substance comes out of the vagina where the blood comes out and this is called discharge.

If it's related to pregnancy, you'll be cured when you deliver. But know that a clear or white vaginal discharge is a normal, daily part of life as a women. The discharge disappears after menopause. At that point, some women find the lack of discharge makes the genital so uncomfortable that they buy artificial vaginal fluid at the store so they aren't itchy and sore. If your discharge has an odor, off-color, or comes with itching, get a check up.

It is vaginal discharge. All women and teenage girls going through puberty experience some kind of discharge. It is the way your body cleans itself to prevent infections of the vaginal cavity. Normal discharge colors are clear or off white. If you experience yellow or chunky discharge with a foul smell contact your doctor immediately ! It could be a sign of infection. Discharge amount , color, and thickness vary daily. The closer you are to your period the thicker it will be.Discharge is completely normal. It happens to every woman before you start your period and you'll have it until you hit menopause.It's called discharge.its called discharge......that means your period is coming soon.

If your discharge has a bad odor then there is a reason for that, such as a vaginal infection such as Bacterial Vaginosis. You need to see your doctor to determine the cause of your bad vaginal odor, from there they can offer treatment options such as antibiotics. If the issue of odor continues you need to address your hygiene, for example wash daily with water only (no soaps) and avoid daily liners.

Yes, thick vaginal discharge on underwear can make the underwear stiff when it dries. Discharge changes with hormonal changes so sometimes it will be thicker than others days, and that's normal. You can use pantiliners to deal with this but it's not very hygienic to use pantiliners daily as it prevents air flow to your genitals, not to mention it's expensive and wasteful. As long as a girl changes her underwear daily it's absolutely fine.

If a woman has complaints of vaginal discharge or odor, than coccobacilli on a pap smear can be treated with vaginal cleocin, vaginal metronidazole, or metronidazole 500 mg tablets twice daily for seven days. If she has no complaints, no treatment is indicated.

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Feeling wet in your vagina or vulva area is due to discharge.A woman starts to get discharge as she enters puberty, it continues throughout your life only starting to reduce as the woman enters menopause - it's normal to have discharge daily as it is discharge that keeps your vagina clean and healthy.Discharge serves several functions:Flushes out dead cells, dirt and bacteria from inside the vagina.It's pH is acidic to kill 'bad' bacteria but let 'good' bacteria thrive.It keeps vaginal tissues moist to prevent discomfort or damage.Changes as hormones change, telling you what's happening in your body.Increases when aroused to allow pain-free, safe, and pleasurable sex.Cervical mucus around ovulation helps sperm survive and reach the egg.As long as thno irritation or bad odour being wet down below is totally normal.

Discharge seen 1 - 3 days following intercourse, is a combination of both vaginal fluid and semen. As semen contains fructose, it emits a sweetish odour. When vaginal fluids, which are acidic, combines with semen, the discharge can become sticky and smell slightly offensive. Bear in mind, that the sperm cells are living cells and will die and break down, so the odour will become stronger as the days pass and while the discharge from the uterine area and upper vaginal cavity continues to pass out. The method of douching with warm water will flush excess semen and vaginal fluids out following intercourse, but the semen that is deposited high up in the vagina, will pass through the cervix and into the uterus, as expected, and it is this semen that gradually passes out of the body as a discharge, collecting vaginal fluids( that are secreted daily) along the way. Note also, that any bacterium, introduced via penile penetration or oral sex prior to full intercourse, will also trigger a response from the immune system and this will result in a more unpleasant odour from the discharge. Thrush is not connected to intercourse, but can be present and irritated by intercourse. A good dollop of plain yoghurt, inserted into the vaginal cavity,will ease symptoms of thrush until a health professional can be seen. It is therefore important, to maintain cleanliness wherever possible to reduce the discharge, possibility of infection or at least lessen the odour.

There are several home remedies to cure vaginal swelling. Taking 500 mg of oregano oil daily, eating more yogurt, consuming more garlic, and drinking cranberry juice will help with vaginal swelling.

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That's called discharge , if you are a girl and white goo isn't coming out of your vagina.. Or any type of liquidy substance, then there's something wrong. Once a girl is sexualy able, discharge comes out on a daily basis, especially after excercising, this is Lubrication for a penis to insert. All girls have discharge on a daily basis.

Vaginal itching and pain during intercourse as described here is most likely a yeast infection. It is however a good idea to go to your doctor to confirm just in case it's another STI.

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