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What's coming out of your body is a pretty good indicator of what's happening inside your body. Vaginal discharge is a normal bodily function that keeps the natural ecosystem of the vagina healthy and functioning. The colours and consistencies of our vaginal discharge can be key indicators of your vaginal health. While most changes are normal, others can signify anything from bacteria, an STD or whether you just need to drink more water. WHAT IS THE COLOUR OF MY VAGINAL DISCHARGE TELLING ME? So, we’ll start with the colours it can be, and what they can indicate in terms of your health, diet and time of your cycle:  CLEAR Most ordinary healthy vaginal discharge is clear or whitish. It may be slippery...

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Have you ever noticed small patches in your underwear have changed colour, or bleached slightly like this? Has this ever worried you or freaked you out?   Simply put, this is called bleaching, and it's completely normal. In fact, if you noticed discoloured patches on your panties and thought something was wrong with you, then you can relax because it is actually a good sign. A bleached patch in your underwear means that your vagina is healthy. A healthy vagina has a natural pH value between 3.5 and 4.5, which means it is largely acidic, especially if your vagina is lower on the acidity scale, the acidity can then bleach natural fibres over time being exposed to the vaginal discharge....

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Saying that phrase out loud can still create discomfort in some women,  typing it into google is usually a solution for answering a question and proof that it is a hot topic to a lot of women and yet still shrouded in a little mystery and often met with reluctance to talk about it. It’s always tricky to tackle issues that carry a taboo, however, vaginal discharge is normal and healthy and can even guide you into knowing what’s going on in your cycle based on the colour and consistency. The more we talk about these issues the more we can feel comfortable with our own bodies natural functions and if necessary find a way to manage them. So, let’s...

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