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Melody96
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Is there any way we can get less discharge? I mean is there a way to prevent it ? And is it true that when you're on the pill you're meant to get less?
The best thing in the world is buying new sexy underwear to make yourself feel good, but if you have to use a pantyliner because of heavy discharge, it ruins the fun [Frown]

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Sam W
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Hi melody,

Discharge is actually something that the vagina needs to help keep it healthy, and it's not really something you can regulate (although it can vary depending on things like diet or where in your cycle you are). You can read more about that here:
Honorably Discharged: A Guide to Vaginal Secretions

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