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Hey i have a quick question.

When ever my boyfriend and me are making out, and doing sexual stuff, obviously i get turned on... really turned on. haha.

And well, i noticed that whenever i get turned on when i'm doing that stuff with him, my vaginal discharge/wetness that comes out of my vagina smells diferent than it normally does.

Like usually.. when i'm not turned on, it smells kind of vinegary and at other times "Sweeter" i think depending on where i am in my cycle. But when i do get turned on it smells very different. And i don't really like the smell of it when i am turned on. If i had to choose, i'd choose how it normally smells.

My question is, is this normal for this to happen... and does it happen to anyone else?

Any replies would be appreciated. Thanks!!

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The "sweating" that occurs during arousal could result in a different scent. In addition to the vaginal lubrication (sweat), there may also be some change due to the regular sweat your whole body is producing as a result of arousal is probably mixing in as well.

So yes, it's normal and nothing to worry about.

[ 09-02-2006, 10:44 PM: Message edited by: KittenGoddess ]

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