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    does any other girl find that she can feel wet and sticky down there very easily through the day just doing normal activities. To the point where and hate to be so graphic she has to wipe it a few times a day?
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    why not wear pantyliners or something, thats what theyre for kinda
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    (Original post by BeesKnees)
    eh?
    wa-hey

    :bunny: :punk:
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    maybe its the heat
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    It's natural, although pantyliners may help you feel a bit more clean and fresh!
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    k thanks
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    there's nothing wrong with it. Just think of it like you're mopping your brow or something.
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    (Original post by Nikolas)
    there's nothing wrong with it. Just think of it like you're mopping your brow or something.
    *vomits*
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    well i'm sure it would help to keep a sponge down there...
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    If it happens around two weeks after the start of your period, it's because you're ovulating and your body is preparing you for sex so that you get pregnant since this is your most fertile time in the monthly cycle. Around this time I'm exactly the same. If it bothers you just use pantyliners.
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    It's a good thing as it keeps you clean too!
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    Just tell everyone you have bladder control problems.
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    I'm gonna be sick...
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    If it happens around two weeks after the start of your period, it's because you're ovulating and your body is preparing you for sex so that you get pregnant since this is your most fertile time in the monthly cycle. Around this time I'm exactly the same. If it bothers you just use pantyliners.
    Yup, I'm quite sure that's the reason. Provided the discharge doesn't have a bad smell/strange colour - you're probably fine.
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    (Original post by A Y A Z)
    I'm gonna be sick...
    grow up
    I can't imagine knob cheese is much nicer.
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    (Original post by person 34)
    grow up
    I can't imagine knob cheese is much nicer.
    Yeah neither is leprosy what's your point?
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    (Original post by person 34)
    grow up
    I can't imagine knob cheese is much nicer.
    hahaha
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    (Original post by A Y A Z)
    I'm gonna be sick...
    Obviously you're extremely immature. Maybe one day when you've actually started puberty and are capable of responding to sexual signals such as the moistening of the female genitalia (in preparation for penetration) as a man would do, you'll realise how idiotic your post is. :rolleyes:

    In the meantime, don't read threads with titles that are completely self-explanatory.
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    (Original post by Juicy Fruit)
    Obviously you're extremely immature. Maybe one day when you've actually started puberty and are capable of responding to sexual signals such as the moistening of the female genitalia (in preparation for penetration) as a man would do, you'll realise how idiotic your post is. :rolleyes:

    In the meantime, don't read threads with titles that are completely self-explanatory.
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    Pantyliners help, it means you dont get all sticky and disgusting.
 
 
 
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