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Know When Your Discharge is Totally Normal

Hey there, fellow vagina owner! 🌸 Let’s talk about something that might not come up often in your daily conversations but is totally worth discussing – vaginal discharge. Yep, that mysterious liquid that makes an appearance in your undies from time to time. Don’t worry, it’s not a secret agent on a covert mission; it’s just your body doing its thing.

WHO GETS DISCHARGE?

Guess what? If you’ve got a vagina, you’re in the club! Vaginal discharge is like an exclusive membership perk. It’s completely normal, healthy, and there’s absolutely no reason to feel embarrassed about it. In fact, it’s a sign that your lady bits are staying fresh and clean.

WHAT IS A VAGINAL DISCHARGE?

Picture this: tiny glands in your vagina and cervix are working behind the scenes, secreting this fluid under the command of oestrogen, your body’s own little director. This fluid acts as a daily cleaning crew for your reproductive tract. It’s like your vagina’s version of a gentle shower, keeping things spic and span. In women of childbearing age, it’s usual to have around half to a full teaspoon of discharge each day. Usually clear or white, it might have a faint odor (but nothing strong), and it can sometimes leave a subtle yellow tint on your underwear. It’s also a shape-shifter, changing consistency throughout your menstrual cycle.

WHERE DOES IT COME FROM?

This magical liquid is produced inside your vagina and then gracefully exits the stage through the vaginal opening. At the top end, it’s your cervix, and at the lower end, your vulva and labia. This discharge, like a ninja, stealthily slips into your underwear without you even noticing.

WHEN WILL I GET DISCHARGE?

Vaginal discharge can make its grand entrance up to six months before or around the time you get your first period. And guess what? It’s here to stay while you’re on your period. It’ll eventually take a bow and taper off during menopause when your oestrogen levels drop. The amount and texture can be a bit like a snowflake – unique to each woman and ever-changing during your menstrual cycle.

WHY DO I HAVE DISCHARGE?

Your vagina is a multitasking superstar. It works around the clock to stay lubricated, keep its pH balance in check, and protect its own fan club of healthy bacteria called lactobacilli. These friendly bacteria help maintain a pH level of less than 4.5, which keeps unwanted invaders at bay. Self-cleaning through discharge is just one of the many talents your vagina possesses.

And here’s a pro-tip: you don’t need any fancy products or soaps to help it out. Seriously, don’t believe the hype! Those so-called “vagina cleaners” can mess with your natural pH balance and lead to irritation and infections.

At Bloody Marvellous Limited, we’re all about educating you on the ins and outs (pun intended) of feminine hygiene. We want you to embrace your body, know how it works, and be proud of it. In fact, we want you to be marvellous! 🌟 So, next time you spot that discharge, just remember – it’s your body’s way of saying, “Hey, I’ve got this!” 💪🌸

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