This question was answered on Mon 07, Jun 2010 08:14pm by Dr Vinod, MBBS,FcGP

why is my vigina always constantly wet all the time for no reason how do i stop this from happening so much?when i have sex my vagina just get overlly wet. why is this?

    
Asked by preciousvina (Female; 17 ) on Sun 06, Jun 2010 08:00pm

why is my vigina always constantly wet all the time for no reason how do i stop this from happening so much?when i have sex my vagina just get overlly wet. why is this?

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Answer by Dr Vinod, MBBS,FcGP   on Mon 07, Jun 2010 08:14pm:

Hello preciousvina, This is due to sexual stimulation. Leucorrhoea or white discharge is no disease and this is normal and natural, some women have more secretion. Your vagina has friendly lactobacillus bacteria which maintain the pH and balance of the epithelium. During ovulation you secrete more of mucus than usual, the amount of discharge changes with your menstrual cycle. If the amount of discharge increases; then you have to rule out fungal infections. Use organic sanitary pads and avoid tampons. Go for an examination near a gynecologist. Take care!
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