Every woman gives out discharge from their private organ, and it is a fluid that contains a mixture of secretion from the private organ and cervical mucus. It is important to know that the amount of discharge that comes out from the private organ, is different in every woman. Discharge that comes out from a woman’s private organ, begins when she starts seeing her menstruation. This discharge helps to keep the private organ clean, and serves as lubrication during intimacy.

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Types of discharge from a woman’s private organ

There are different types of discharge that comes out from a woman’s private organ, and they are based on their colour. It is important to know that changes in the colour, quantity and smell of the discharge coming out from your private organ, may mean that you have health issues. The types of discharge includes the following:

1. White discharge

A woman may experience white discharge during her ovulation, or before her period. Experiencing this is totally normal as long as there is no itching, foul smell and burns in your private organ. Sometimes white discharge can be a sign of yeast infection, if it appears thick.

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2. Yellow discharge

Seeing a yellow discharge may mean something serious or it may not. If the discharge doesn’t give you signs that you should be worried about, then you are fine. Yellow discharge may also be a sign of infection. When you have a yellow discharge that is caused by infection, you may experience pains while urinating, itching and unpleasant odor from your private organ.

3. Clear discharge

Having a clear discharge is normal and it is not a sign that something is wrong with you. It may occur during ovulation.

Things that may help to prevent abnormal discharge

The following may help to prevent abnormal discharge:

1. You should wear cotton underwear, which will help absorb mositure and may help prevent yeast infection.

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2. It is important to use protection during intimacy to avoid getting an infection.

3. Avoid using scented soaps and pads, so that the natural balance of bacteria in the private organ will still be intact. CLICK HERE TO COMMENT 

If you feel pains whenever you urinate or your discharge smells, then it is important that you see a doctor.

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