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CM in early pregnancy (tmi alert)

(9 Posts)
leanandgreen Thu 23-Feb-17 14:11:15

I am eight weeks pg and feeling very much in limbo land with no information from any medical practitioner as of yet.

I have noticed this week quite a significant increase in the amount of cm I am secreting and I just want to know whether or not this is normal.

What is really freaking me out is when I feel like I've wet myself but it's not even that heavy or even heavy tbh. Seems to be watery white in colour.

Hoping this is completely normal.

Bobowhite Thu 23-Feb-17 14:18:15

Completely normal! Prepare for it to stick around, I'm 25 weeks in and it's been like it virtually constantly!

leanandgreen Thu 23-Feb-17 14:42:49

Ahh thank you Bobo! Goodness me!! That is a looong time. I am sure that it is not the worst to come haha!

Thank you again for reassuring me.

Caterina99 Thu 23-Feb-17 15:10:37

Yep I'm currently 6 weeks and experiencing the same, and it's coming back to me that I had this last time around too. Can't remember how long it went on for though. I just took some spare knickers in my bag and changed at lunch time, but I've since discovered panty liners

Bobowhite Thu 23-Feb-17 15:17:37

Panty liners are your best friend in pregnancy! Prepare for extra blood flow down there and everything gets a bit hotter and can be uncomfortable without a liner, especially when the weather warms up. I always carry some with me, the always fresh ones are good!

SelfObsessionHoney Thu 23-Feb-17 15:19:45

Yep. 20 weeks here. Wet as an otters pocket.

leanandgreen Thu 23-Feb-17 15:25:54

Haha self !!

Aw thanks guys, definitely going to stock up ok the liners!

crombanna Thu 23-Feb-17 15:35:39

I detest pantyliners, even the word makes me angry but even I had to bite the bullet in early pregnancy

leanandgreen Thu 23-Feb-17 16:08:46

Haha I do too crom! Vile things.

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