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Some people are just finding out why they get bleach patches on their underwear.

People have been wondering about the reason for bleach spots on their underwear for a while. Finally, the answer is clear. Don’t worry, your washing machine is not to blame. Some people may boast about the power of their private parts. Surprisingly, the vagina can actually change the color of your underwear. In fact, it can even cause a “bleaching” effect on them.Have you ever found bleach patches on your underwear?

Many people have felt extremely frustrated and started searching desperately for answers about the strange bleach-like stains on their underwear. Luckily, the much-awaited solution has finally appeared.It appears that the cause of these “bleach” patches is actually the natural pH levels of the vagina.

Although this might sound concerning, the explanation assures that there is no issue with washing machines or clothing quality.pH levels play a crucial role in determining the acidity or alkalinity of a substance.Many people have commented, pointing out that this is a common occurrence and a sign of being healthy. One tweet in particular says.

“Now that everyone is aware, it’s completely normal to discover lighter patches in a woman’s underwear or knickers due to the acidic nature of the vagina, with a pH range of 3.8-4.5. So, I suppose it’s time to abandon the notion of it being a result of poor hygiene. In fact, a healthy vagina is one that can bleach the fabric.“

And you should always avoid using soaps and vaginal douches, no matter how clean you think they are making you.

“Women should avoid using perfumed soaps, gels and antiseptics to clean their vaginas as these can affect the vagina’s healthy balance of bacteria and pH levels and cause irritation,” Dr MacKay added.

“Women are advised to use plain, unperfumed soaps to wash the area around the vagina (the vulva), not inside it, gently every day.

“There are many possible causes of abnormal vaginal discharge, but it’s usually a sign of infection.

“The infection is often caused by something that upsets the natural balance of bacteria or yeast in the vagina, such as washing inside the vagina, or it may be a sexually transmitted infection.

“The most common causes are thrush, bacterial vaginosis, trichomoniasis, gonorrhoea, chlamydia, or genital herpes.

“The warning signs of infection include a change in colour or consistency, a sudden bad smell, an unusually large amount of discharge, itching outside the vagina, pain in the pelvis or tummy, or unexpected bleeding from the vagina.”

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