When you get pregnant, your body starts changing. Many women quickly notice a new type of vaginal discharge, which is usually thin, white, milky, and has a mild (or no) odour. This discharge—medically referred to as leukorrhea—is nothing to worry about.
If you’re one of the lucky few, your periods cause little inconvenience and are a textbook example of a 28-day cycle. For many women, however, “that time of the month” doesn’t always go like clockwork. Cycle irregularities and period-related difficulties are