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Nearly 12 weeks and having vagina discharge

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Sazzy312 · 23/06/2020 13:31

Hi, just looking for reassurance or advice, I haven't notice before that I had any disachrge but since the weekend I have been, its hard to say what colour as in different lights its either clearish or a slight yellow, I'm bleeding every day due to a hemorrhage so I was wondering if the blood could be colouring it slighty, I did read it could be amniotic fluid which totally stressed but out so I'm hoping its not that! God who know pregnancy could be such a worry, thanks for reading

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Oreoreo · 23/06/2020 16:52

I think from what I’ve read, clear or white discharge is pretty normal. It’s if the discharge is a weird consistency or smells bad or you have other symptoms I think is when there could be a problem.
This is my first time pregnant but I mentioned something similar to my midwife at my last appointment as of been noticing days where I’d had discharge with a pale yellow tinge and she suggested if there were no other symptoms with it, it could be drops of urine mixing in.
She did offer me a vaginal swab if I was worried so I’d maybe suggest asking your midwife at your next appointment if they could do that for you too to put your mind at ease?

Sazzy312 · 24/06/2020 09:50

Hi @Oreoreo thanks for your comment, yes i thought may of been urine, I havent had anything else and I only notice it when i got tissue in my pants so will keep an eye on it 😊

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sel2223 · 24/06/2020 11:58

I've had this on and off a few times during pregnancy (I'm now 33 weeks) and several times have convinced myself my waters are leaking (they weren't)
Like pp said, just watch if it's green/yellow/blood tinged or has a funny smell. You can also wear a pad for a few hours to see if it soaks through that.
If no to all the above then its perfectly normal.

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