I get discharge, is this normal?

Yes, discharge is perfectly normal and you shouldn't be embarrassed about it. Most women get it at some point. Try using a Libra Extra Thin Liner to stay fresh and keep your knickers nice. However, if your discharge becomes thick or smells unpleasant or if it's itchy then this could be a sign of infection. Most infections can be treated really easily, so have a chat with your doctor.

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