|Description||Discharges are excretion of a fluid that the body produces as part of the protection against infections and fungal infections. It is completely normal to have some amount of excretion from the vagina. The colour, texture and amount may vary considerable between individuals and in most cases are not an indication of infection or health conditions.
Abnormal vaginal discharge may be an indication of infection or disease, especially if there is a sudden change in colour or smell. Our webpage gives visitors information about discharges that may indicate infection or diseases and how to treat them.
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|Submission Date||08/17/16 (Edited 08/17/16)|
Discharges vary in appearance. Colour and texture has a natural variation over the menstrual cycle, from clear to yellow or brown. Sometimes discharges can be indicative of infection or disease.