Leucorrhoea And Fertile Period For Women?
I want to ask, if we experience vaginal discharge whether the fertile period has passed?
Most women experience vaginal discharge. Normal vaginal discharge has the benefit of maintaining vaginal moisture, and helps prevent and fight infection. Leucorrhoeic fluid made by glands in the vagina and cervix carries dead cells and dead bacteria.
Leucorrhoea is a liquid or semisolid that flows out of the vaginal opening. The vaginal wall and cervix contain glands which produce a small amount of fluid to help maintain vaginal cleanliness. This liquid or what is known as normal vaginal discharge is usually clear white or milky white, odorless. Whitish consistency is generally thicker and stickier when approaching the menstrual cycle, whereas it is clearer / clearer, thinner, and slippery when approaching ovulation or fertile. Changes in vaginal discharge become more when you are exercising, experiencing sexual arousal, during ovulation, taking birth control pills, or when under stress.
When fertile leucorrhoea is generally clearer in color, more volume, and can be more stretched (consistency like raw egg whites). Leucorrhoea will decrease after passing through the fertile period and reappear before menstruation. Thus the explanation from me, may be useful.