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Causes of Overly Wet Vagina and Natural Ways to Overcome It

Have you ever felt that your feminine area is  overly wet and makes you uncomfortable? Hmm, maybe you need to know first what causes it before looking for a way to overcome it.

Watery vaginal discharge is actually normal and a sign of a healthy vagina. However, if you have excessive vaginal discharge, your feminine area can feel overly wet. The vagina does produce fluid to clean itself, and production increases during ovulation.

However, if the color or viscosity of the vaginal discharge changes, or you feel itching and pain in the vagina, there could be a problem in your feminine area. Come on, read this article to find out more about the causes of an overly wet vagina!

Reasons Why Vagina Feels Overly Wet

If you feel that your vagina is overly wet, perhaps the following factors could be the cause:

1. Ovulation or Fertile Period

Usually, during ovulation or the fertile period, the vagina will feel overly wet. This is caused by hormonal changes which trigger increased production of fluid and mucus in the vagina. Ovulation usually occurs in the middle of the menstrual cycle, about 14 days before the first day of the next menstruation. If you are planning to get pregnant, during the fertile period or ovulation is the right time to have sexual intercourse.

2. Sexual Arousal

When a woman feels sexually aroused, the glands in the vagina will produce a thin, clear fluid to lubricate the vagina and prepare it for comfortable sexual intercourse. This vaginal discharge is normal and usually disappears after a few hours.

3. Vaginal Discharge

A vagina that feels overly wet can also be caused by vaginal discharge, which is the body's natural mechanism for cleaning and protecting the vagina from infection and irritation. As long as the vaginal discharge does not have an unpleasant odor, is clear in color, the amount is not excessive, and does not cause complaints whatsoever, you don't need to worry.

However, you need to be alert if the vaginal fluid is milky white, yellowish, green,chocolate, grayish, or accompanied by blood spots and other symptoms such as itching or an unpleasant odor, as these can be signs of infection.

4. Wearing Underwear that is Too Tight

The vulva or outer area of ​​the vagina has lots of sweat and oil glands, which can make it stay wet, especially if the weather is hot, you do heavy physical activity, or wear underwear that is too tight. To avoid this, you should use underwear that is looser and made from cotton which can absorb sweat. If the vagina remains consistently muddy, this can create an ideal environment for bacteria or fungus to grow and cause infection.

Natural Ways to Overcome Excessive Vaginal Discharge

Excessive moisture in the feminine area is common and natural in many cases. These changes in humidity often occur naturally throughout the course of life, including during puberty, pregnancy, and menopause.

However, it is important to remain alert for any noticeable changes in the smell, color, or texture of moisture that may occur, as this could be a sign of a medical condition that needs to be looked out for. Abnormal moisture may indicate an infection or other medical condition that may be a risk, especially if you are pregnant, as it could potentially lead to premature labor or other problems.

There's no need to worry too much if the moisture that appears is white or clear, but there are simple steps you can take to prevent abnormal moisture and maintain the overall health of the genital area, including:

  • Shower regularly every day and make sure the genital area is dried gently.
  • When using the toilet, always clean from front to back.
  • Avoid wearing tights, pantyhose, or bike shorts for long periods of time.
  • Use underwear made of cotton so that the genital area can breathe well, especially during the day.
  • Avoid sitting for too long in a hot tub.
  • Choose unscented or colored toilet paper.
  • Avoid using feminine hygiene sprays.
  • Let the genital area rest without wearing underwear at night.

If you experience excessive moisture, especially around the time of ovulation or experience spotting, you can use a panty liner for additional protection.


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