Might be bacterial. Fishy smelling discharge is usually one of the sighns of a bacterial infection. Get checked to be sure and to be treated with the appropriate antibiotic.
Bv. Bacterial vaginosis is an overgrowth of a particular type of bacteria assoc with pH or hormonal imbalance. It may or may not have a discharge, but typically causes an ammonia or "fishy" smell.
Red rashes on vagina, and doesnt hurt unless touched. No vaginal discharge, or itch. Doesn't hurt when I pee. No smell?
Needs to be seen. Lumps, bumps, blisters and other skin abnormalities on the genitals need to be evaluated. An examination will be needed to know the cause and treatment. Folliculitis is one possibility. Yeast is a possibility and over the counter fungal cream will fix it. Trauma from recent intercourse if possible. Herpes is an std which can cause this. Other possibilities too. Schedule an exam.
Be seen. It is probably normal, but you should be checked for infections.
No. This situation you describe is likely normal for you. I always recommend exam for anything that patients worry about. You may be dry and need lubricant. This is a personal discussion you néed with your family doctor. Just off the top I would say it is likely normal. Everybody sweats differently and that part of your body has fluids to lubricate differently than another female.
No. Count your blessings. Amount of discharge that is normal ranges from heavy to none at all. So nothing to worry about.
I was supposed to be ovulating this week and I have had no vaginal discharge this whole cycle. Why is that?
Absence of discharge. Many women ovulate and are aware of or don't have vaginal discharge of mucus. You need to have your md confirm ovulation, and perform a post coital test (check for sperm in cervical mucus 6-8 hrs after sex around ovulation).