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Question: Sweating ass and vagina


 Maya1986 - Sun Oct 25, 2009 2:23 am

I have had this since I was like 16 and never had it before then. Got my periods when I was almost 14.

When I sweat, I also sweat down there. Like when I ride my bike and begin to sweat, it leaves a stain on my pants. I have never seen this before with anyone. I have always done sports and never saw anyone with stains on his/her pants from sweat.

So I find this kinda weird. What causes this?

I am 1m75 , 60 kg
 Debbie Miller, RN - Mon Nov 02, 2009 12:51 am

User avatar Hello,
You may not have noticed this in others but it is very common and very normal. If you are bothered by it too much, use panty liners to absorb and keep you dry.

Best wishes.

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