Every girl has her own scent and every girl has vaginal discharge, which she might notice on her underwear or on toilet paper when she wipes after going to the bathroom. On some days, the discharge is white and pasty. On the days of the month when a girl is ovulating, it may be clear and stringy, kind of like egg whites. And on a few days each month, there may not be any discharge at all.
It’s helpful to know your vaginal scent so you can tell if something is different. If you notice your vaginal odor getting stronger or “fishy,” your discharge is greenish or grayish or you feel itching or soreness, you might have a yeast infection, bacterial infection or other type of problem, such as a sexually transmitted disease (STD). Some of these infections can happen in people who’ve never had sex. If you notice any of the symptoms listed above, see your health care provider. Find a clinic near you here.
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