Discharge is the non-period fluid that leaves your vagina.
The volume, consistency and colour of discharge will change throughout the menstryal cycle and also varies from person to person.
Types of discharges:
Arousal fluid is produced during arousal to act as a natural lubricant by:
The production of arousal fluid can be affected by:
“Squirting” is different from female ejaculation and does not necessarily happen during orgasn. It is suspected to be a form of dilute urine expelled from the urethra during orgasm.
It’s normal to notice different types of vaginal fluid throughout your cycle.
However, abnormal discharge can be an indication of a problem, such as bacterial/fungal infection or STI.
Indicators of abnormal discharge:
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