Vaginal Yeast Infection - why do the vagina stay wet all the time?

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1 Oct 2009

The vaginal being wet all the time does not necessarily mean that you have a yeast infection. It could just be normal.

However, if you are really concerned you could get a doctor to do a swab to see if your have any sort of infection.

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