Best panty liners for very thick vaginal discharge? Watch

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All girls have discharge. Most just let it end up on their knickers. Is this something that has changed recently, in which case you should get it checked out.
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All girls have discharge. Most just let it end up on their knickers. Is this something that has changed recently, in which case you should get it checked out.
I want an answer to my question.
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I want an answer to my question.
Why not just go out and buy a few different brands to see which ones you like? Like with all hygiene products, everyone will have different preferences.
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Why not just go out and buy a few different brands to see which ones you like? Like with all hygiene products, everyone will have different preferences.
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Buy the cheapest ones then. You can get them for about 30p in places like Poundstretcher.
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Buy the cheapest ones then. You can get them for about 30p in places like Poundstretcher.
The cheapest ones are the thinnest ones.
My vaginal discharge soaks even onto my trousers.
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The cheapest ones are the thinnest ones.
My vaginal discharge soaks even onto my trousers.
In my experience, they are actually thicker.

Maybe you need to use normal pads if pantyliners are too thin? (or see a doctor in case it's something that can be fixed).
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In my experience, they are actually thicker.

Maybe you need to use normal pads if pantyliners are too thin? (or see a doctor in case it's something that can be fixed).
Yeah i should probably use period pads. Thanks.
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