White discharge before labor

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White discharge is a sign of pregnancy. Before I found out I was pregnant I had white discharge, sore boobs, & I was spotting. Try taking a home pregnancy test.
So my discharge has been clear to white and watery has anyone had this before labor? And if so hocking did you have it for?
What could cause thick white/clear mucousy discharge? I'm 38w2d, 5cm dilated & 90% effaced & have had cramps & contractions on & off since Friday, was at the hospital 3x's over the weekend. I've had it before, but have noticed a lot more of it today. So what could maybe cause this? Could it be a sign labor is near? Anyone else have it?
You only need to worry if it has a fowl Oder to it and a weird color. Clear and white discharge are normal during pregnancy.
Just wondering if thick white discharge is normal? Wasn't a large amount but some and was thick. Also what kind of discharge would be considered bad?
I am 38 weeks pregnant and I notice if I sneeze or walk too much or pretty much do anything I get a lot of white creamy discharge, I get so much I need to go wipe myself, I know it's normal but never been this much before, just wondering is it normal to have this much? Is it a sign that labor is coming? And last thing I know it's not an infection because the discharge has no smell and doesn't make me itch..
If you notice a thin white or gray discharge with a fishy smell after sex (when the discharge mixes with semen), you may have a different kind of vaginal infection called bacterial vaginosis. If your discharge is yellow or green and frothy with an unpleasant odor, you may have trichomoniasis, a common sexually transmitted infection. Other possible symptoms of trichomoniasis (or trich) include a red, irritated, or itchy vulva or vagina and discomfort while urinating or during intercourse.
hi there i'm 33 and a half weeks pregnant and just wondering if anybodys getting the same like discharge as me it white and jelly looking i'm jus wondering if this is normal at this stage, i know your ment to lose more dicharge when your pregnant i'm seeing my midwife on wednesday and any info before going would be great thanks jessica x
TMI ! I went to the restroom and on my undies there was white thick discharge. Im 36 weeks and 5 days. Is this early signs of labor ? Iv had contractions all day , but they aren't close enough to go in. Any advice?
I'm 35+1 and for the past week I've had diarrhea(tmi), and I've been having some really bad lower back pain, yesterday all day I had some milky white mucous like discharge which is different from what I've been having, and then I woke up this morning with really sharp shooting pains in my pelvis and vagina to where I can't even walk I'm just curious if this could be the start of labor
well, when they found blood in my urine they asked me 'did you and your husband have relations the night before?'. If so because the cervix is so soft it easily bleeds. The white discharge is perfectly normal in pregnancy... so could this have been the reason?
Thick white discharge is very normal. Im not sure about the blood though:( I think you should ask your OB, maybe they can check you, you could be starting to dialate. Have you had an exam or intercorse recently??
This discharge is made up of secretions from the cervix and vagina, old cells from the walls of the vagina, and normal bacterial flora from the vagina. You'll probably notice more vaginal discharge as you approach labor, although it's likely to look somewhat different from the flow you've become accustomed to. In very early pregnancy, cervical secretions filled your cervical canal and created a protective barrier – the so-called mucus plug.
I've also had some white/clear mucousy discharge, especially when I wipe after I pee (sorry tmi). Is this normal or what could it be?
I am also having a lot of pressure and I just used the restroom and I lost some chunky white stuff tmi... Could this be early labor? Also does any one know what it means when the doctor says the baby is "very postierer"?
At the same time I had a big amount of nasty discharge that was tinged with brown blood. It wasn't egg white like necessarily so I'm not sure if it was my plug or not. But anyway I got up and had to go the bathroom some more. I thought....mmm...could this be labor starting. I've been having some contractions but all irregular. But then about an hour ago I got an intense intestinal cramping along with alot of pressure in my low back. It almost felt like the baby was pushing down.
I called my dr & am waiting for a return call. This morning I noticed a change in my cervical mucous when I used the bathroom. It was a very light green color, which instantly freaked me out. Without being to gross, it looked like someone blew their nose. Other than that, not much else has chnaged. I had a hard time sleeping lat night, couldn't get comfy. I checked again after I calle my dr & now there's nothing. Any ideas?!?
i started my 20th week... and i have a white milky vaginal discharge...
So today when I got up from bed I noticed some watery discharge run down my legs I'm scared that there's something wrong with me or my baby girl never had this im not in pain whatsoever and she has moved and i have had discharge before but it was usually white and kinda thicker is this normal has anyone else had this before I don want to worry my babys father Sorry if it's tmi.
I had it for a while now thought it was normal described this snot-like discharge to my doctor & he prescribed me applicators saying its a yeast infection which is very commin in pregnant womandue to the hormones. I'd just bring it up to you OB.
so im 27w 6d and yesterday ive been walking all day in vegas and i noticed a watery discharge n creamy white n yellowish n my shorts were kinda wet down in the crotch area it happened twice today...the babys pushing my bladder but its not pee i smelled it idk is this normal what could it be???? n today the discharge is a yellowish color is this normal ??
) SIGNS OF PRETERM LABOR (Before 37 weeks) • Change or increase in vaginal discharge • Pelvic or lower abdominal pressure • Constant low, dull, backache • Mild abdominal cramps (with or without diarrhea) that may feel like persistent menstrual cramps • Regular or frequent contractions that occur four or more times in one hour (which might be painless) • Your water breaks in a trickle or gush
Sounds like discharge to me. I'd put on a pad and if you fill it within an hour go in, I made sure I filled two before going in when my water broke.
Discharge is pretty normal although the amount.
I'm currently 33+6 Nd the past 3 days I've had thick white discharge coming through and I think its my mucus plug slowly coming in parts, today I've now had it come through all light pink and some during the day it now has specks of red (I'm guessing blood)coming through. I'm also experiencing Braxton hicks since yesterday and today there slowly getting more painful. Are these signs of my baby is coming and if so how long do you reckon before I go intp labor very scared!.
But that doesn't mean you will go into labor. You can go weeks before labor hits you.
Losing my mucuos lug for about a week Lots of Pelvic Pressure more then I have ever had before (also never had it start until about 2 weeks before my son came) Lots of discharge (white sometimes and others clear and no smell) Also have leaked discharge continuously, panties are always wet Hip pain and leg cramps like crazy Also lots of weird dreams And this really weird feeling that she will be coming early (I have had this since I found out I was pregnant) I was just wondering what were some
Hello everyone. I will be 37 weeks on Tuesday and I am so excited to find out that my little girl will be delievered via c-section April 9th!! As of now I have a few questions. Today I started leaking a lot of clear and white "discharge" or "colostrom" from both of my nipples. I am a little bit shocked because my breasts have not leaked my whole pregnancy. Could this be a sign of labor?? I produced a ton of milk with my first. I hope I do the same with this one!
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