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White discharge in thick or thin format, with pain in vagina when excited. Is it normal?

Hi, I am unmarried girl i haven t did sex in real with any person but i have fantasy desires sometimes so i feel excited so sometimes i have white discharge in thick or thin format when i felt excited. So i would like to know it s natural or i need to see some doctor. Some times i have a pain as well in my vagina when this discharge happened is it natural to release negative energy from human body or it needs some care.
Asked On : Thu, 14 Mar 2013
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Hi Parul,
Thanks for writing your query.

After reading your post, I would like to reassure you that you are not having disease according to your symptoms.

The white discharge you have mentioned is normal, it is secreted as a result of sexual excitation and helps in lubrication during the process of intercourse.
Pain in the vagina can occur due to contraction of vaginal muscles as a result of orgasm during sex or even while fantasising.
There is no harm in having orgasm, rather it will help you to relax during tension, if done properly.

You should feel concerned if the vaginal secretion if associated with itching or with foul smell.

I hope this is helpful to you.
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