Increase vaginal discharge

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An increase in discharge is very normal during pregnancy, so I would just assume that is what it is. Intercourse can also kind of help bring down discharge that may be higher up in the cervix area.
My question is that the past week i havent had as much vaginal discharge as i did in the first trimester and it is more clear. Every where i read it says it should increase as your pregnancy progresses. Is this normal?
The white discharge is probably a vaginal infections such as yeast or bacterial. Frequent urination can be a sign of diabetis so you for sure have a blood check for that. Leakage is a very common thing for women expecially after childbirth or the increase of age. You can usually practice doing kiggles and that generally help in that area. Sounds like you need a good check up from you gyno.
I would say that if there is green discharge, you want to go to the doctor. Green discharge is almost always indicative of a bacterial infection. Vagifem should increase your discharge or make you more wet, but shouldn't change the color. It is not normal to have green discharge as a result of using Vagifem.
an increase in vaginal discharge is infact a symptom in pregnancy. good luck i hope all goes the way that you want it.
Yesterday and today I have had creamy white vaginal discharge, like what I use to have before ovulation! No itching or any other symptons. What is going on? Any need for concern? Thanks!
This is going to seem odd but what should normal vaginal discharge look like? I was treated for bacterial vaginosis but it came back and I was treated again. But I don't know if it's back yet again. I was treated twice and don't want to have to do it again the pills make me Ill. But anyways, the discharge I have is milky white discharge. No odor. But lotsof it. I can push it out onto my fingers. I am 40 days late for my period but blood work and ultra sounds say no to pregnancy.
Has it always been that color? Or did it recently change? Because when vaginal discharge changes color it is usually because of an underlying infection. Emotional stress, a tampon or foreign body left in the vagina, or ovulation. But to prevent excess discharge, keep your genital area, clean and dry, and do not 'douche' (washing the inside of the vagina with various solvents, such as vinegar, scented soaps etc.) As this can increase chances of infection.
They told me that the baby would be fine if she would to be born now, but that she is only 3lbs 14oz now...which scares me. I hope it is just nothing and just increase vaginal discharge. Thank-you so much for your response. thegife.
Yes increase in vaginal discharge is completely normal, its due to all the hormonal changes, your body will experience several different body changes during this pregnancy, try to google pregnancy symptoms so you can have an idea of some other ones you may expect
I have also had an increase in discharge below. I read that you get increased discharge during pregnancy due to the hormones. As long as you aren't itchy or having a burning sensation then it should be fine.
and after i healed up i been having a build up of white thick discharge in my vaginal, that want go away.my doctor say its some kind of linig i for got what kind.it does not run out it say in the wall.it smell fishy when i have sex.i have taken med but it want go away.what can i do hellllllp.
I am 36 years old. For the past month and half I have had increased vaginal discharge. It is white, moderate consistency and odorless. For all practical purposes, it appears to be normal, except that it is markedly increased more days than not. It additionally does not seem to follow any sort of pattern that correlates with my menstrual cycle. There is no pain. I have seen my doctor and been tested for STD's which were all negative. The vaginal culture was negative as well.
I am 28 wks pregnant and over the past day or two I have had a sudden decrease in vaginal discharge. Is this a warning sign or something I should be worried about? Any opinion would be greatly appreciated. Thank you so much.
This is normal pregnancy discharge - It will increase as you progress in your pregnancy -you will only need to worry if it goes yellow or green and starts to smell funny, this might mean you have an infection. You can use a liner if it becomes too much and you wnat to feel fresher.
increase of vaginal discharge is perfectly normal throughout pregnancy
Hello, I have been experiencing an increase in vaginal discharge over the last several months and am pretty worried as to what it may point to. My STD and colposcopy have come back clean and my gyno said my cervix looks healthy. Except for what I know is a wart transmission from my boyfriend, who is no longer having visible symptoms of this. I just have a couple small on the edge of the upper lips and thats it.
I've been having strange vaginal discharge for at least a few weeks now. I first noticed it because after sex with my boyfriend, his penis would have this white flakey stuff on it that almost looked like dry skin. I've also noticed an increase in dryness during sex. It shows up in my underwear as almost snotty but white, and then sometimes it's the white flakiness. Just yesterday it's gotten worse, and I've noticed a slight funky smell.
Hello, You may be having a yeast infection or vaginal candidiasis, which typically causes swelling, redness, and itchiness of the vaginal area. It also causes a curd-like vaginal discharge. There may also be skin involvement wherein the skin around the vaginal area also becomes infected and become red and have rashes. Try to avoid wearing tight underwear and pants. Wear cotton underwear as much as possible and maintain proper hygiene.
A certain amount of vaginal discharge (fluid that flows out the vaginal opening) is normal. The vaginal walls and uterine cervix contain glands that produce a small amount of fluid that helps to keep the vagina clean. This normal fluid is usually clear or milky white and does not have an unpleasant odor. The normal vaginal discharge is thicker at specific times of the menstrual cycle (at the time of ovulation), during breastfeeding, or during sexual arousal.
Increase in discharge could be due to being sexually aroused. Discharge can increase during ovulation too and it is normal to have more discharge than other girls. As long as the discharge doesnt have a nasty smell or greenish colour to it its most probably just you overthinking. But if you are worried or concerned I advise you to go to your doctor or clinic to get checked out.
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