Creamy discharge

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The shade of white vaginal discharge might vary from creamy to light yellow. It is often a natural vaginal lubrication.

Your vaginal discharge may be creamy during the mid-to-late follicular phase, that is approximately day 9 of your cycle, assuming you have a 28-day cycle.

It may start sticky, but as the estrogen and water levels in the body increase, the fluid tends to become creamy, cloudy, and whitish or yellowish.

If accompanied by itching, a strong odor, or changes in consistency to cheesy, it is most likely a sign of a yeast infection.

Every woman is unique and so is her body and the way it reacts to cyclical hormonal fluctuations. Keep logging changes in your vaginal discharge with the MIA app to discover your unique patterns.



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