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Is having lots of vaginal discharge a bad or abnormal thing?

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Just wondering, because I’ve had several bacterial infections to which I know discharge is a sign of, but I’ve basically had discharge for years. Anyone know what’s going on, of if this is just normal?

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  1. Lebeautemps wrote:

    Vaginal discharge is fine, you get it daily which is totally normal and healthy, it flushes out dead cells and bacteria from your vagina and protects by keeping vaginal walls moist so not to dry or split, thanks to discharge your vagina is cleaner than your mouth. You have discharge all the time, changing as hormones change, you may notice it more around ovulation as it becomes slippery and stretchy, this is part of your bodies way to protect sperm so it can reach the egg. Even during your period you have discharge, you just don’t notice it amongst your menstrual flow. You can see changes throughout your menstrual cycle and knowing these changes helps you see when you are fertile and if you have an infection. Things to look out for are unusual colour, bad odor, itching, or odd texture which could be a sign of infection that would require treatment – this is the only time you should be consdered about your discharge, otherwise discharge is totally healthy.

    This page explains discharge very well –

    Keep yourself healthy. Clean using water alone, soap or washes have a different pH to your vagina so can effect normal balance of vaginal flora which can lead to infections, as your vagina is self-cleaning it needs nothing but water to stay clean. Keep yourself dry by wearing cotton panties, avoiding tight or synthetic clothing. Check yourself from time to time to make sure everything is okay and get regular medical check-ups, also keep the rest of your body healthy. Always wipe from front to back after you’ve been on the toilet. Avoid tampons and commercial pads as they cause damage to your vaginal health, instead try cups, organic pads or other alternatives. Practice safe sex if sexually active, know that this doesn’t just mean using condoms, but knowing how best to care for your sexual health.

    Friday, October 8, 2010 at 1:53 am | Permalink
  2. AgentVictoria wrote:

    Some people have more than others. Is it the normal color? Does it smell? If not then you are fine. : D

    Friday, October 8, 2010 at 1:53 am | Permalink
  3. twilighter707 wrote:

    your vagina is just naturally cleaning itself..the discharge is the remains f

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