The quality, consistency, and volume of this fluid changes along with your cycle. Discharge is a generalized term, and is made up of cells from the cervix and vagina, bacteria, mucus, and water. So why does cervical fluid change so much? The only kind of 'education' they sometimes get is through pornography and friends who profess to be sex gurus. Communication is key during sexual activity with a partner. Understanding your own patterns can help you to know when ovulation has occurred, and when you might be able to skip the lube. Also, sometimes you just need a bit of lube for vaginal sex, which is completely normal and useful.
Guest over a year ago Well, it could be very difficult to say more about your condition but I can tell you that not so many conditions affect erection and causing changes in semen. I'm confused and scared pls help. Lastly, if you and your partner have not been monogamous for six months, using safer sex practices during that time, and both have not been tested and cleared for all STIs yet, just understand that you are both taking risks of infections with unprotected sex. I have been tested since I first noticed the substance, and everything came up negative for any diseases, so I'm not concerned about it being a bad thing.
Please, if anyone has any advice, please write. They compared women who used condoms or did not have sex to women who had unprotected sex and received the male sacrament of happiness on the regular. Not weirded out about it or anything, just wondering Only one cure for that:
Why do I get cuts on my frenulum during intercourse? Slower swimmers get left behind, as does sperm with other motility or structural differences 5. At different times, cervical fluid acts to facilitate or prevent sperm from moving past your cervix 1. The latter will tell you different kinds of tales, depending on their relationship with you, their experiences, their motives, and their own psychosexual biases. Track patterns in your fluids with the Clue period tracker app. This is a good question.