From Honorably discharged – A Guide to your Vaginal secretions
*is clear and thin -- that sort of discharge usually occurs around ovulation, and vaginal secretions during sexual arousal may also have this appearance
*is white or slightly yellowish and thick (but does NOT have "chunks") -- much like the consistency of paste, this sort of discharge tends to occur curing less fertile times in the monthly cycle
*has a mild but not unpleasant odor
*may have a brown tint just before or just after menses.
*is moderate -- not too profuse or too scanty
*will appear on your underpants, or on your inner labia a lot of the time
Normal discharge is just that: normal. It's not anything to be scared or embarrassed of, there's nothing wrong with it, and you need it around to stay healthy. We don't worry about the saliva that's in our mouths, or worry it might be gross, and the same goes here.
A musky smell like you describe can very well be normal. "Normal" is relative: normal is, what is normal for you, and if it has always been like that, you quite likely don't need to worry about it.
Vaginal Infections, btw, can turn up in women at all times: even before puberty. The vagina is close to the anus, and bacteria can easily be transfered there, for example through wiping the wrong way.
If you're ever in doubt about your discharge, your health care professional can always check you out. - But again, if it has always been this way, you quite likely have nothing to worry about.
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