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Good morning MitziMay,
I know what you mean. To me the discoloration is ugly and the fragrance is a little off. I would keep the perfume intact, especially if it is one you bought new. I've passed a few solids that look like that inside the perfume because they just look so nasty. You could remove the discoloration with a toothpick or Qtip from the edges than take the hair dryer to melt the perfume evenly. That's the only advice I can think of. I'm sure you will get more tips.
I don't know what causes it or how to prevent it from happening. But, it's no good <img src='style_emoticons//sad.gif’ border=’0′ style=’vertical-align:middle’ alt=’sad.gif’ />