Are you having more discharge than usual lately? If so, you might want to see your gynecologist. All women are different. Some have none to little while others have more. If you start having more than usual for you though it really does need to be checked out because it could be an infection.
If it's the same and you're not having more than usual this might be just the way it's supposed to be for you. Like I said, all women are different. Have you tried unscented panty liners? These are better for you than the scented ones.
Not that I know of. If you have no infection or hormonal imbalance then this is normal for you.
I did'nt ask if you were on any kind of birth control. If you are, that could be what's going on. Some can cause more discharge and others can cause more dryness.
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