Vaginal Fluid: How much is too much?

Vaginal Fluid: How much is too much?

Rhazya Rhazya
I'd say nearly daily, I'm always wet, and I'm not horny. It's bad enough that I need to wear a pad or stuff some kleenex up there. How much is too much? It never burns/itches, smells bad or bad color or anything. It's just...too much.

Anyone have any ideas what might cause that?

Should I be concerned since it doesn't meet any of what I've already mentioned?

What's really annoying, when I do masturbate is when I dry up.. wish I could reverse my vaginal fluid flow.
05/02/2012
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VelvetDragon VelvetDragon
I wouldn't be concerned, some people just are wet. I'm one of them. My doctor has commented on it before, so I know it's significant.

If it's been going on a long time and not associated with a smell or itching, I think it's just your normal lubrication. It keeps your vagina healthy, clean, and in working order.

However, if you haven't yet, you should be getting a checkup from the gyn. They'll tell you if it's anything to worry about.

Even though I'm really wet, and often wear a cloth pad between periods, I almost always have to use lube during masturbation and sex. So yeah, who knows. XD
05/02/2012
Raigne Raigne
I frequently have to wear a pad between periods because I'm like that too. Sometimes it will coincide with ovulation, and it's usually heavier after a period (I assume to make up for the moisture absorbed by my tampons).
05/02/2012
Beck Beck
It's fine as long as you don't find anything going on like a smell, color change, burning, or any of that. Some women are just wet. It's a good thing because as I understand a lot of women have trouble with dryness.
05/02/2012
indiglo indiglo
If this is different from how you normally are, you might want to talk to your doctor about it just to be sure. But I've always been that way too. I generally wear a panty liner, and could certainly NEVER go commando.

Some medications can affect that too - for example, starting or stopping hormonal birth control or switching formulations.
05/02/2012
Rhazya Rhazya
Well, I'd say I've always had an issue with it, but it has increased.. I think, but not too sure. I haven't changed anything medication/dietwiese.

Minus the eww factor, shame I can't bottle my useless wetness for later for myself or for women that are having the dryness issue.
05/03/2012
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