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cosmo06
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why do i seem to have vaginal discharge daily. it does not smell and its of normal color. i dont have intercourse either. its just so noticeable in my underwear. is this normal or am i a special case?
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Heather
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Cervical mucus is part of your normal fertility cycle, and vaginal discharges are part of how your vagina cleans itself. Both are normal. many women do have periods of each cycle where they have "dry days," where there isn't noticeable discharge, but for most of each month, most women will have discharges.

Take a look: Honorably Discharged: A Guide to Vaginal Secretions.

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