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Can I prevent Vaginal Sweating During Exercise?

When I am exercising strenuously- not just walking- and my body starts sweating, I notice that I start secreting some sort of vaginal sweat. I notice this on many of the women in the gym. There appears to be a wet spot in their vaginal area similar to if they had peed their pants. I know for a fact that I am not urinating in any way. The amount of vaginal sweat directly corresponds with the amount of sweating my whole body is doing. My question is what is this exactly? Why does my body do this? Can I prevent this? It is quite embarrassing to say the least!
Asked On : Sat, 9 Apr 2011
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welcome to health care magic,
for your problem you should not worry,as you are doing exercise strenuously perspiration is bound to occur ,and ,as you are getting all over body,same way you get sweating on your vaginal part,there is nothing to worry.
you can do one thing, ,while coming to exercise you can use pad so that all sweat will be absorbed and you will feel comfort.
as you said you do not feel for urination,as there is lots of sweating,urine will be less.
Answered: Sat, 9 Apr 2011
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