It’s normal for the amount of vaginal discharge you have
to vary from day to day, depending on where you are in your cycle and
what’s normal for you. Some days it might seem like you don’t have any,
while other days your underwear might be wet with discharge all day.
So when should you worry about your discharge? Healthy
discharge tends to be clear or white.
It can have a mild odor and can vary in thickness throughout your
menstrual cycle. If your discharge is bloody (and it’s not your period),
foamy, itchy, yellow or has a very strong
odor, it can be a sign of an STI or other infection (like bacterial vaginosis or a yeast infection.) A doc will be able to tell whether your discharge is caused by an infection or not.
Hope this helps.