Woke up to find a thick, sticky, white substance on my panties. Vaginal discharge is one of the most common things women go through. Well, this happens because much like you, your vagina has superpowers too. They can clean themselves and stay lubricated through the day. In this blog, we will talk about the different kinds of vaginal discharge women get.
Your vaginal discharge may change in consistency and color throughout the cycle. Here is how usually the color of your vaginal discharge changes.
Menstrual phase: Day 1-5
Periods occur during days 1-5 of your menstrual cycle.
Follicular Phase: Day 6-15
Once the period cycle is over, the eggs start to mature. In the early stages of egg development and maturation, cervical mucus will become cloudy and white or yellow in color. Hence, you may experience white or yellow discharge.
Ovulation Phase: Day 16-25
As we enter the ovulation phase, vaginal discharge may become thinner and slimmer. This might look like egg whites and is perfectly normal.
Stage 4: Luteal Phase: Day 25-28
As the next menstrual cycle approaches, the cervical mucus will start to disappear. You might find very less or no vaginal discharge before your periods.
While vaginal discharge is your vagina’s way of keeping itself healthy, you may not like the sight of it, the stains it leaves on your panties, and even the constant wet feeling. But don’t worry because there is a solution to it. Pantyliners. Pantyliners are made to tackle vaginal discharge so that you do not feel uncomfortable due to the icky-sticky feeling. Pantyliners are thinner and smaller versions of sanitary pads designed to absorb day-to-day vaginal discharge and even light period flow.
SOFY offers a range of pantyliners like AntiBacteria Pantyliner, Cool Pantyliner, and Daily Fresh Pantyliner that cater to different needs. But all of them make sure that you get the freshness and confidence without the worry of smell, even on non-period days.