Page loading time secs : 0. Please, register and log in first! Rating: 6 Page 1 of 2: 1 2 Next » wrathchild Member Posts: 22 1 So I have been watching my wife's panties for a while now, and every once in a while, maybe once a week or so, they have a LOT of semi crusty stains in the crotch. She has always said that being on the pill makes her wetter than normal most of the time, but wouldnt that mean that the stains would be the same most of the time? I havent tried to match up which panties are from which days, but I am going to now, and keep a log of when they are particularly stained and what she was doing that day, to see if there is a pattern. I am not at this point going to order that kit that detects sperm, not at least until I am somewhat sure its real.
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This is a great question, and one that too many people are wandering around privately panicking about at your age. About six months before you get your first period, hormones spur your vagina and cervix to start producing mucus, or discharge. But vaginal discharge serves a super important purpose. Your vagina is like a self-cleaning oven! This is completely normal, and a handy way to check in with your body! Right after your period, you may not have very much discharge at all.
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The discharge that you noticed on her underwear is completely normal and occurs regularly for women, even if they are not having sex at all. The vagina and cervix produce fluid regularly as a house-keeping mechanism to help cleanse the vagina and prevent infections. The amount and consistency changes throughout a woman's menstrual cycle. It's normal for a woman to regularly have some white discharge on her underwear. I am not able to say how long the discharge occurs because every woman is different and it changes throughout her lifetime.
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