I'm going to take the long way around in answering your question, because sometimes knowing the reason for the answer is as important as the answer itself. I apologize ahead of time if I'm telling you a lot of stuff you already know.
The vaginal walls are made of a mucous membrane, which is constantly producing mucous, usually at a fairly slow rate, which increases at certain times such as sexual arousal, and which moves out toward your vaginal opening as it is replaced with fresh mucous.
The vagina is also a ecosystem, with its own environment, and its own microorganisms living in it. In this case the environment is warm, moist, dark, and slightly acidic, and the microorganisms are yeast.
Excessive or improper cleaning can upset this ecosystem causing a yeast overgrowth, commonly known as a yeast infection. Shortly after my wife and I were married, she had a series of these yeast infections, which kept reoccuring until she stopped using douches, she hasn't used them for more than 15 years, has never had another one of these infections, and has never had what I consider to be an unpleasant smell or taste.
It is perfectly normal for the mucous in your vagina to thicken as it nears your vaginal opening especially if you've gone a few days without a good cum. It is even normal for it to become slightly pasty as it carries dead yeast cells out of you. Incidentally, it has been proven that being aroused often without having an orgasm can also cause a yeast infection, so ladies, masturbate, and do it often. It's good for you.
You may notice that you have a slight smell from time to time, and this is also normal. In fact, this smell carries the phermones women used to rely on to attract a mate when we still lived in caves, and I personally find the smell arousing.
As long as you don't smell bad....Musky=good....foul odor=bad, and as long as your discharge is very light and slightly pasty, and does not resemble what we in the states call cottage cheese, but you may just call card, your pussy is perfectly normal and healthy. Bad smell and heavy discharge means you probably want to talk to a doctor.