If you find a “bleach” patch in your underwear, you had better know what it means

Numerous individuals have taken to the comments section, shedding light on the fact that this phenomenon is entirely normal and indicative of good health. A particular tweet reads: “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.“

These comments serve to emphasize the normalcy of this occurrence further and challenge any misconceptions related to hygiene. Another comment enthusiastically states: “I fully support the normalization of discussions around bodily functions! And all other topics too.” A third person chimes in: “Being a vagina owner myself, it’s important to note that not everyone will experience this issue. There’s nothing wrong with you if it happens, and there’s nothing wrong with you if it doesn’t.”

So as it turns out, bleach patches on your underwear are pretty normal

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