When you have an infection of any form, the body will try to fight it by using a range of methods. This is why we find ourselves experiencing inflammation and a fever as the body attempts to fight it and drive it out.
Discharge is another method that the body uses to try and drive out bacteria. This can lead to an almost non-stop seeping and is not only painful but can also be unpleasant and painful.
If you notice discharge then, unfortunately, the next thing you have to do is a little unpleasant too: smell it!
By smelling the discharge you can tell where it comes from. If the discharge has no smell, then this suggests that it is a sign of vaginal yeast infection. It can also come from the rash itself, so inspect the area.
In other cases, the discharge might look somewhat watery. Either way, if the discharge is new, then this suggests a change and likely not a healthy one.