Why does white liquid come out of your vagina?
That white liquid comes out of vagina because of masturbation.
The discharge changes when you ovulate and can turn whiteish.
It depends on the situation. White liquid can be normal vaginal discharge for some females during masturbation. It could be caused by some type of infection. If the white liquid has a fowl odor, then that is a good sign that something is not right and i would highly recommend seeing your OB/GYN as soon as possible. Most vaginal infections can be cured with medications your doctor can prescribe.
Hi, There is nothing to worry about, it is all natural. When you are sexually aroused, your vagina produces a clear liquid - the vaginal fluid. It is the way your body responds on you are sexually excited. It will continue to flow out, whenever you are turned on. There are other vaginal fluids. If you see a white liquid occasionally, it could be the excretion by the vagina of the combination of dead cells…
Girl Puberty is complex. It includes the enlargement of breasts, white liquid secreted from the vagina, pubic hair, increased body fat, and more hormones. Girls are able to masturbate when puberty enlarges the vagina enough. This involves rubbing the vagina and inserting one or more fingers. Some girls will do this to the point of orgasm, or when fluid and mucus come out of the vagina. During puberty, girls get their period, or the time…
it is normal natural. it is a form of lubrication that your body produces when you are aroused and it is frequently produced randomly. i know when i first found this, no one had ever explained this and i wasn't sure what it was. but as long as it smells normal then you probably do not have an infection of any type. the liquid keeps your vagina moist in case of sexual contact.
no Yes, it is actually normal. Especially in prepubescent and pubescent girls. Later in your female journey, it usually signals ovulation. Please check with your doctor as they should be your best resource. My info came from my pediatrician and from a professor who teaches nursing, particularly birthing.