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    Default Possibly TMI question about Cervial Discharge...

    I have been taking notice of my cervial discharge all thru my pregnancy. There is ALOT of it and always has been. So ive had to wear a pad/panty liner pretty much all of my pregnancy or i just get saturated and gross.
    Im currently 33 weeks, 2nd pregnancy and the discharge has changed. It's very sticky (usually runny) thick, white (usually clear) and sometimes looks gelatenous? Im guessing it's normal as there is no odour at all. I just want to know why it's changed to this sticky consistency now? TMI comming up.....
    I dot get as 'wet' during bd'ing when i used to actually drip a couple weeks ago!

    So whats the go with the change? my groin area also feels like ive just run a marathon and stretched a muscle!

    Anyone know what might be going on down/in there?

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    Default Possibly TMI question about Cervial Discharge...

    I'd say its little bits of your plug coming away. Mine started at about that point I think! It's regenerative, so bits will come away and grow back Pretty gross/annoying!

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    It does change towards the end. Reflective of hormone changes and helps keep bacteria out of your vagina. Oh the joy! The gelatinous bits may be bits of the plug as someone else mentioned.

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    Default Possibly TMI question about Cervial Discharge...

    This was normal for me

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    It's worth mentioning it to your Dr. I too thought I just had excess cm as I was preg etc....turned out I had thrush (but didnt have the usual itch/uncomfortableness with it). GP said they like it clear before you give birth so the chance if passing it on to bub during vaginal birth is lowered.


 

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