White discharge is a white fluid that comes out from the vagina or penis, including during and after sexual activity. For example, cervical mucus cleans and lubricates the vagina. Penile fluid, which flows through the same tube as urine, neutralizes leftover acidity so sperm can safely pass. In other cases, white discharge is caused by an infection.
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It is normal to have a discharge and it is something that occurs regularly. However, when the color, smell and consistency appears different from the norm, this is a sign of an infection. Normal discharge often appears white in color. It has no odor and it is harmless. Abnormal discharge, on the other hand, may appear brown, green or yellow in color or even bloody. It may also be accompanied by a foul smell, which is a sign of bacterial or yeast infection. Vaginal discharge has a lot to say about your health.
In modern sexology, it's considered one of the most hotly debated topics, since no one has been able to crack the code about how or why it happens. False: Only a third, or 30 percent of women, are found to experience an orgasm regularly, while the rest need additional clitoral stimulation to climax. Achieving an orgasm by means other than intercourse is considered normal in female sexuality because an orgasm is an orgasm no matter the method.
Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan pushed back the boundaries of daytime television yesterday by sending two couples on a "road test" with creams designed to boost female orgasms. The hosts of ITV's This Morning show, who transfer to Channel 4 in the autumn, sent the couples to a hotel room near Granada's studios on London's South Bank for an hour and asked them to report back on their findings. The couples each had a different cream to try. A spokesman for Granada, which made the show, denied that the feature was a ratings stunt. He said no publicity had been sought for the item before it was screened.