It’s great that you are aware of the type of V*gin*l discharge you have! This way you can be alert for any changes. As far as the sticky stuff coming from your V*gin* goes, it’s normal to have a V*gin*l discharge that is sticky, thin, or thick (clear-whitish). However, it should not have an unpleasant odor. Normal V*gin*l fluid is the body’s way of keeping the V*gin* moist and clean. The texture or thickness of your V*gin*l fluid changes depending on the time of the month. For example: V*gin*l discharge tends to be clear and stringy around the time of ovulation. However, if you have a change in your V*gin*l discharge and have any of the signs below, see your health care provider (HCP).
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