Hello, normal vaginal discharge is colorless or white, no smell. If you are white with the smell of it may be infected. Suggest you go to the hospital for about vaginal examination. Early check in question clearly better, there is no objective test results no one can give an accurate diagnosis.
Actually there can be a slight smell and it be perfectly fine. It's when the odor becomes offensive or the discharge changes in texture or colour you are more likely to have an infection. All women have some form of odor. (as told to me by two of my midwives and hospital staff)
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