Milky White Discharge before My Period?

Answer

Vaginal discharge is normal. Usually, for a few days after your period and a few days before, there is very little to no discharge. If there is, it is fine so long as it's not yellow or green, curd like, or accompanied by pain, itching, or other discomfort. Other types of discharge include milk white or creamy and sticky; this appears between dry days and ovulation. Ovulation discharge looks like raw egg whites and is slippery and stretchy. Watery discharge is normal. Brown discharge is normal around menstruation and indicates old blood.
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