Generally speaking, this is nothing to worry about and does not signal any abnormality in the body. Unfortunately, however, there are many women who do experience abnormal vaginal discharge but do not go to a doctor to get it taken care of due to embarrassment. The volume of normal vaginal discharge varies in each person. Because of this, you have to compare for yourself and look at what your normal amounts of vaginal discharge are before, during and after your menstrual cycle. If there is a noticeable change in any of these from what you usually experience, then you should first suspect that it is abnormal discharge.
Women's Health. Vaginal discharge can vary in colour and texture throughout the menstrual cycle. If you see green discharge in your underwear it may immediately set off alarm bells. As a sexual health specialist, I get asked about vaginal discharge on a daily basis.
Vaginal discharge refers to secretions from the vagina. The discharge may be:. Itching of the skin of the vagina and the surrounding area vulva may be present along with vaginal discharge. It can also occur on its own.