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    Waiting, I hope you made it home today and Caleb is feeding better.

    Mcb and rainbow, beautiful bumps

    Channy, not too long to go now! Just ignore the silly old cow!

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    Lovely ladies, I have a question. Probably a TMI question but I need to ask!

    I am 15w2d and have noticed kind of ongoing that I've had a bit of watery discharge...it's not necessarily every day, or much, but it's got me thinking, is this normal? Or is this my waters slowly leaking out?

    I do drink quite a bit of water throughout the days, but it's doubtful that that's what is 'leaking'..

    I have an OB appointment next Thursday so will bring it up with him, but just today it's got me thinking...


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    Totally normal I think, I've had milky/watery discharge since day dot, getting more frequent too. Does it smell? Apparently amniotic fluid smells like semen.

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    Thanks Rainbow... I don't think it's a seamen smell, but it's not a nothing smell... It's weird. Kind of an everyday smell, not offensive, but used... If that makes any sense whatsoever...?


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    I've also had lots of watery clear discharge since the beginning and it only appears to be getting worse at the moment. I've needed panty liners at all times since about 15 or 17 weeks (and that is very unlike me normally)

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    Quote Originally Posted by munchkin859 View Post
    Thanks Rainbow... I don't think it's a seamen smell, but it's not a nothing smell... It's weird. Kind of an everyday smell, not offensive, but used... If that makes any sense whatsoever...?


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    sounds like the ever charming leukorrhea... aka totally normal pregnancy discharge

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    Thanks ladies, hopefully my mind can rest now. We've been able to find the heartbeat tonight coz of me stressing but that's not going to be affected until there's not fluid in there I guess. But argh! This is all so frustrating!!!!


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    Yep iv also had it from the start, inconvenient stuff it is but totally normal

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    What would I do without you lot!

    I do feel a little better... I think I'm pretty tired too so that won't be helping!

    I'll monitor how much, if any comes out over the next couple of days and go from there...


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    Munchkin i agree with the other girls it's totally normal. I have even had little 'gushes' here and there, but all completely normal. My OB said you will know if your amniotic sac ruptures as it's certainly more than a panty liner can catch haha!

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