Vaginal discharge is a healthy part of vaginal health. More to the point, the discharge can mean your vagina is healthy.
What do different types of vaginal discharge mean?
However, from time to time, white discharge may be a sign of an underlying problem. A thick, white discharge can occur throughout your menstrual cycle. The discharge may start out thinner in the days leading up to ovulation, or when an egg is released.
During ovulationthe discharge or creamy may infection very thick, and mucus-like. Vaginal discharge is used to help keep your vaginal tissues moist and lubricated.
The fluids act as a vaginal lubrication to move bacteria, dirt, and germs out of your vaginal cavity. In fact, most women produce about a teaspoon of discharge every day.
After ovulation, that white can increase up discharge 30 times.