Being “wet” doesn’t always equate to being sexually aroused
Vaginal lubrication is usually associated with sexual arousal. However, the two matters can sometimes happen separately. Arousal non-concordance is a term used to describe (very common) situations in which your physical and mental arousal aren’t in sync. For instance, you might be very aroused by your partner but have trouble getting physically wet, which can happen for a number of reasons (including age).
Discharge is normal
Throughout your cycle, your cervical fluid undergoes changes in both quality and quantity as a result of hormonal shifts that get your body ready for ovulation. Cervical fluid begins in your early follicular phase—around the beginning of your cycle. It is opaque, whitish, and creamy. As you approach ovulation, it grows in quantity, wetness, transparency, and stretchiness. Cervical fluid reaches its peak fertility characteristics on the day of ovulation. Your discharge is clear and stretchy in texture.
You should still call your doctor, though if you notice any abnormalities in your discharge, such as changes in texture (such as frothy or chunky), odor, or color (green, yellow or brown). They may be signs of an infection. However, they may also be allergic reactions, even to medications you’re taking.