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Discharge overload

 
I just started getting discharge, and every time I wipe, I see a ton of it! Is there any way to decrease the amount of discharge I get?

 

Unfortunately, sweetie, there’s nothing you can do to decrease the amount of discharge you see in your undies. Normal-looking discharge is a sign that you’re healthy, and while there is no telling exactly when the rest of your body will mature, it’s a good sign that you’re growing up according to schedule.

 

If it’s making you uncomfortable, you can try wearing pantiliners—thin pads that stick to your undies—to absorb the moisture. Also try wearing 100-percent cotton panties to make sure your private parts can breathe. 
 
 

BY BRITTANY TAYLOR ON 7/23/2011 12:00:00 AM

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