It's normal for the color, texture, and amount of vaginal discharge to change at different times of the month during a girl's menstrual cycle. But some changes in.
About 6 months to 1 year before a girl gets her first period, her body may start to make vaginal discharge. This is normal and due to changing hormone levels.
Itching, redness, and swelling of the skin of the vagina and the surrounding area ( vulva) is a common problem in girls before the age of puberty.
If the girl is very small the examination can be done with her on her mother's lap. However.
Genital symptoms in young girls (before puberty); Symptoms include pain, itching , discharge, bleeding and rashes; Vulva itching and irritation from soap is the.