I tried posting this a moment ago but i dont think it worked - if it did sorry
I understand that discarge can be quite normal throughout pregnancy and i have always had a little bit. I am now 34 weeks pregnant and have noticed the amount of discharge has increased - it seems to be clear for the most part.
I was just wondering is it normal for the amount of discharge to increase later though the pregnancy? Also is this somehing i should be concerned about? How can i tell if maybe it is my waters leaking?
I do have a midwife appointment on Tuesday 2/10/12 i can bring the issue up with her then or do you think i should get it checked out earlier?
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28-09-2012 09:33 #1Member
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Discharge Question **TMI**
28-09-2012 10:56 #2Member
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I had the same thing as i progressed i am currently 37 weeks and 2 days, and I have noticed at time the discharge increased. Don't think you need to worry too much, but if your concerned bring it up with midwife or GP.
Hope this helps.
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28-09-2012 21:56 #3Senior Member
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I was just coming to ask tge same thing. Im only 17 weeks n have noticed increased milky-clear cm discharge today, I had an odd ache in lower pelvic region for a couple if hours at work tonight also. From what I can gather its normal. There's no odd smell to it. No pain when peeing etc. still first pregnancy n all I have no idea what I should n shouldn't worry about.
28-09-2012 22:02 #4
Apparently if its your waters they smell like semen... Lol totally gross but one way to check I guess.. Anyway it's totally normal as long as there is no itching or off colour to it. Bring it up at your appt though.
28-09-2012 22:21 #5
I had to wear panty liners my entire pregnancy with DD, had loads of discharge. Was kind of annoying! But yes, normal.
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