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Am I leaving discharge behind?


 


Unless you’ve got a ton of discharge and you’re not wearing any clothes, the circle of moisture you describe really can’t be discharge. All you need is a quick test: When you stand up, are you shorts wet? Do your undies feel damp? If not, you’re fine.


Chances are the moisture you’re leaving behind is caused by the humidity in the air around you combining with your natural body heat to create condensation. You’ll see this more frequently in the summer and in hotter, wetter climates. While it’s kind of embarrassing, there’s not a whole lot that can be done about it babe, and it happens to everyone. So no worries, OK?
 
 

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