It's normal for your breasts to change in size or become more tender during your menstrual cycle. These symptoms may mean you have an infection, such as thrush , which is common and easily treated. They disappear when your period has ended. Some women don't have any symptoms, but on the days leading up to your period you may have symptoms of premenstrual syndrome. The clitoris is a small, soft bump in front of the entrance to the vagina. You'll probably start to notice changes from age 10 upwards, but there's no right or wrong time to start. After puberty, what's normal for one girl won't be normal for another. It might be colourless or creamy white in colour, and it may become more sticky and increase in quantity.
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