You will get discharge every day and it changes with hormonal changes throughout your menstrual cycle. You will also see heavier discharge when you are aroused as this is how the vagina lubricates itself in preparation for sexual intercourse. If however the discharge you're seeing is unusual for you it's a good idea to see your doctor (especially if sexually active) to check for infections and get treatment.
Yes. Even if it's a week before your period, you can still have a small amount of discharge. Pantiliners can help keep it from getting in your underwear.
Seriously. How the hell would Pepsi-Cola keep you from getting pregnant. It's a sugary syrup and carbonated water. No it doesn't keep you from getting pregnant.
taking bombard to mean launch, discharge or fire, the Antonym would be Hold or Keep
The discharge is the vaginas way to clean out the bacteria etc and keep the vagina healthy.
um...this means u r close to your period so your vagina is cleansing itself of the mucus to get ready i would recommend u to keep track of the colors of your discharge just in case
In a space station to keep warm you would use a space heater(heater) to keep warm. Space is cold so wearind heavy cloths would help.
To keep a comatose patient from getting pressure ulcers they should be kept on a turning schedule. It would also benefit them to have an air mattress on their bed.
I would assume you would be getting your period very soon. You are getting cramps are a developing normally elsewhere, it is just a matter of time before you get it. Remember to keep pads or tampons on you at all times so you don't get caught off guard without anything.
To keep it clean, healthy and lubricated.
You can throw them away if you want but I would keep them in case you want benifits.
It depends on what job you would do.
i have the same question...i am 31 and he is 47 (and a heavy smoker)...i will keep looking to see what comes up.
Most likely you would only use thin pads for discharge. There really isn't a reason why you should put on heavy flow pads unless its personal. When changing a pad for discharge it could depend on how much has already leaked onto it. Whenever you go to the bathroom check how much is on your existing pad and if its basically half way covered with discharge then that the time to change it. notice its unhealthy to keep ANY kind of pad in for more than 6 hours. Any more questions? You could visit: beinggirl.com All your answers could be there! Hope this helps! ;)
yes they do and you have to keep mopping it up an every time they sit then move there is a patch of red discharge
An anchor is a heavy piece of metal for lowering into the water to keep a ship from moving.
There is no such thing as white blood, so what you are experiencing before menstruation is discharge. Discharge amounts in females vary, but white discharge that does not have any smell is perfectly normal. The function of discharge is to keep the vagina clean and moist.
Bad grades in a class would keep a high school student from getting into college, because the student would struggle if not fail at the standard level of work, that is studied and expected from the college.
They wear heavy Jackets and heavy snow pants to keep warm
No one can control discharge. It's a part of our system to keep the vagina healthy. Women have discharge all the time but it changes slightly when it gets closer to the time of having our period. Wether you are a virgin or not have nothing to do with it. Discharge is not linked to the hymen.
Yes you will keep all of your uniforms if your receive a General or Honorable Discharge.
In the original sense- it referred to a psychopathological military discharge- keeps them out of the Armed forces. - in other words , a Nut discharge.
There is a heavy equipment operator certification. You have to keep the certification up to date.
that's some funky stuff man, keep your junk away from that.... ^ its not anything a parnter would have to worry about.
Yes. You can even get a discharge and keep your license to practice. The exception would be if you owe a client money that was in an IOLTA account (for unearned retainers and funds held in trust to complete some transaction). That would lead to sanctions.