Reproductive health refers to the overall health of women, not just sexual health. A change in the underwear worn may indicate what has changed in the body. It is normal to have a little discharge, but when there is a difference in discharge or there is a difference in menstruation, it indicates the health of our body.

Speaking of genitals
The pH of the genitalia should be balanced. It is enough to clean the genital area with water. Do not use any soap or liquid. The good bacteria in the genital area play a role in maintaining the health of the genital area. the area with soap or other commercially available products can kill healthy bacteria and make the problem worse.


If there is any problem, the doctor will advise you. Do not use soap or other products yourself. Every woman notices some or the other change in her underwear. It can be white or other elements. Knowing about these three factors can help you learn more about your health.

1. Whitening
Bleaching is a natural process from the beginning of the menstrual cycle till menopause. There are many types of bleaching, such as
, White discharge like egg white: This happens during ovulation. If intercourse occurs during this time, the sperm will mix with the egg and become pregnant.

Creamy Whitening: The creamy whites before the egg whites help maintain reproductive health. This type of whitening is very common.

Brown or blood colour:
This type of discharge is common during menstruation. It is also seen in irregular menstruation.

Yellow or neon colored discharge: This is a sign of infection. When this happens, the discharge is very foul-smelling along with itching and burning during urination.

Pink discharge: Occurs before menstruation or 4 days after menstruation. Apart from this, if there is any other problem, if there is any problem in the uterus, then show it to the doctor.

gray discoloration: This occurs when there is a bacterial infection.

Bleeding during menstruation is normal. Some people also experience it during pregnancy. It can also happen if you take birth control pills or during menopause or if you get a sexually transmitted infection. If this happens at any time other than menstruation, you should consult a gynaecologist.

3. Wet underwear
Only the genital area is cleaned, so the humidity in that area is normal, slightly higher in summer. Don’t worry too much about it. Apart from this, there is a feeling of wetness when there is sexual interest.

Rahul Dev

Cricket Jounralist at Newsdesk

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