Never expected this-- totally unexpected symptom

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Some time ago I began to be aware that I was having more discharge than before, to point of having to sometimes actually wear a pad... it's more watery than regular 'egg white' discharge that happens when your younger. Has anyone else had a lot of watery type discharge it's as thin as urine pretty much but isn't urine. I don't get it-- I am not even sure if this is related to starting menopause??

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    Hi there...yes I also get this. Usually before period..I'm peri menopause stage.

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    I get this when I run. Apparently it's normal but not nice. And definitely not wee, just clear discharge.

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    Most likely an estrogen surge. Very common and lots of us get it.
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    Yes, have had this sometimes when I ovulate or before my period.
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    Yes absolutely.  I know exactly what you are describing.  And no it's not urine.  I can't tell you exactly what creates it, however, I believe it comes from too much estrogen not counter balanced with appropriate levels of progesterone.

     

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    Yes I remember having this discharge at the beginning with a surge in libido like never before, that was actually one of my first noticeable symptoms and it lasted like two months if I remmember correctly. After that surge everything began to dry (eyes, skin, mouth, vaginal atrophy etc)
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