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Have lots of wet discharge from my vagina.. ?

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Question - (10 June 2007) 9 Answers - (Newest, 6 July 2008)
A female Canada age 30-35, anonymous writes:

Ever so often I have this huge amount of discharge come out of my vagina. It'll soak my panties entirely and sometimes soak through to my pants as well. I don't know why it is doing this. I am not thinking about sex, I am not turned on. I'll be doing something normal like doing the dishes thinking about when my tv show is on or something along those lines. Then whoosh I am soaking wet. It been going on for a while now so I thought I'd ask about it.

Why is this happening? Is this normal? Is there anyways I can stop this?

Thanks for your help.

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A reader, anonymous, writes (6 July 2008):

listen, this is NOT an STD.

those people are trying to scare you.

how do i know this?

I'm 14 and have the same problem and im a virgin.

but i think its just your body is cleaning itself out.

but i think to reduce how much how about changing your diet?

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (12 March 2008):

hey, DO NOT WORRY, you say this only happens sometimes, this may be signs that you are ovulating, see if it is happening mid way through your cycle, if no smell or itching this is just nature doing it's thing!!!!!!

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A male reader, anonymous, writes (10 March 2008):

I think its not normal to be wet all the time, because only when you do sex or think about sex all the time. Some times you will find your wife or girlfriend without a wet pentie but sometimes with a wet pentie, and this are some of the time they are refusing to have sex and pretent to be tired. Wetness is not normal, unless something was happenning all one was thinking about sex.

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (22 January 2008):

this happens to all women, some experiance more discharge than others. if i were you i would still see a doctor, just to put your mind at ease. certain std's make men discharge, i assume the same goes for women, so better be safe than sorry! good luck!

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (12 June 2007):

Its not an STD. I know that for sure but if everyone thinks that I should visit a doctor I suppose I could book an appointment.

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A female reader, superfly United States +, writes (11 June 2007):

This is not stress, this is systemic....SEE A DOCTOR IMMEDIATELY!!

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (11 June 2007):

- Why is this happening?

You say you are not sexually aroused. This type of reaction can still be caused by having some anxiety about something unrelated. Are you experiencing stress?

-Is this normal?

It may be, it depends on the consistency. Also, is there an odor? Perhaps your body is flushing itself out? Have you noticed any other changes, like in your digestion? Do you also sweat a lot? Have you added something new to your diet? And how long has this been going on, when does it occur, can you notice a pattern of time and/or symptoms that accompany this? And, are you taking any herbs, vitamins, or medication?

If you are just experiencing stress and there is no odor and the wetness resembles normal discharge, just in larger quantities, then you may not have to worry. If not, then there may be some underlying problem that you should correct, by changing diet, removing certain stressors, treating an infection, etc. In either case, if the problem continues you should consult with a doctor.

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A female reader, superfly United States +, writes (11 June 2007):

STD!!....See physician for medicine!

This is unhealthy and abnormal!!

It will get worse and manifest into other forms of illnesses!

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A female reader, goodlistener United Kingdom +, writes (11 June 2007):

hi honey,

Every woman has discharge. Some women only have a bit, but for some of us (like me) do get alot. Normal discharge is white and quite creamy looking.

I have been down to my doctor years ago, he said 'longs it doesn't smell wierd (like a sour sort of smell) then theres nothing to worry about. If it does smell then it could be thurst. Every woman sometime in their lives gets thursh, it has nothing to do with how clean you are or anything. Its got something to do with the pH inside you has changed. Thursh is caused by tight undies, parfumed soaps and parfumed bubble baths. It is so easy to treat, either go to your doctor and tell him you have thursh and he will give you a perscription. Or you can go to a pharmacy and by it.

I hope this has been some help to you.

Good luck honey, let me know how you get on.


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