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vaginal discharge can vary in colour, thickness and amount during pregnancy. if you have any concerns see your doctor

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Yes many experience a discharge during pregnancy, it may be white or even brownish in colour.


Vaginal discharge should also be white or clear in colour and have no smell.


Discharge is quite simply fluid that comes out of the vagina. The colour and texture may vary. There are many reasons for vaginal discharge, and it is entirely normal.


It can do, but this should not be taken as an indication of pregnancy.


my mother had that which led to her death. a perforated bowel. time to see the doctor.


Sounds like the cervical discharge that comes shortly before ovulation. Perfectly normal.


Normal vaginal discharge includes:Clear, white, cream, off-white, yellow, pink, or brown in colour.Lotion-like or mucus.Musky but clean scent.Changes throughout your menstrual cycle.Abnormal vaginal discharge includes:Green or grey discharge.Pink or brown discharge when not expected.Clumpy like cottage-cheese, watery, or foamy.Fishy, ammonia, or yeast odour.Causes irritation or accompanied by soreness.


Vaginal discharge is normal. Changes in normal vaginal occur if the normal bacteria in your vagina is upset. Many things can cause imbalance which includes douching, feminine hygiene spray, soaps of bubble baths, antibiotics, diabetes, pregnancy or infections. Changes that may signal a problem include an increase in the amount of discharge, a change in the colour or smell of the discharge, irritation, itchiness, burning, in and around your vagina.


All people with vagina's have vaginal discharge - this is how your vagina stays clean and healthy.Discharge helps clean out bacteria and is acidic to kill harmful bacteria too, and it keeps vaginal tissues lubricated to protect from damage. Your discharge changes throughout your menstrual cycle and you will also see more discharge when aroused as this is one of the changes your body goes through in preparation for sexual intercourse.Watch for unusual discharge - excessive discharge, unusual texture like watery or cottage cheese, unusual colour such as green or grey, bad smell like fish or yeast, or if you have irritation - these symptoms can be a sign of vaginal infection, if you notice these see your doctor.


The discharges of various colour does not mean you are pregnant at all.


last period date april 20.i have braest pain,size increase,eating time feeling fullness,may12 become vaginal discharge[DARK colour]afterwise now become white discharge,backache,muscle pain.


Vaginal bacterial infections normally result in a bad odour such as a strong smell of fish, it can also include excessive discharge that can be grey or green in colour. If concerned you may have a vaginal infection it's best to see your doctor, if bacterial you'll need antibiotics.


do you smell bad? then you might have a yeast infection. are you having nasty discharge? then you might have a yeast infection. are you having vaginal pain? then you might a yeast infection.


the discharge colour is like a milky whitey yellowy colour but if it gets brown you need to go to the doctors. i hope this is your answer.


Females get discharge throughout their entire menstrual cycles. The normal colour is a white or cream, sometimes also clear, and it should continue throughout your entire cycle.


You're supposed to have clear or white vaginal discharge, that is normal and is there to keep your vagina clean and healthy. Your discharge changes throughout your menstrual cycles due to hormonal changes, and leading up to ovulation you get fertile cervical mucus which tends to be clear. It's a cause for concern if it's an unusual colour such as grey or green, also if it smells bad or causes irritation.


Before you start your periods, you get a "discharge" of which is the yellow crust. Its completely natural. It starts off as being a light colour but closer to the start of your periods, it turns to a caramel color. Don't worry, every woman gets it ;)


Go get a pregnancy testI don't think you are pregnant. People get different colour discharges. I think you should go to your local store or chemist and purchase a pregnancy kit and then see if you are.


iv now had 4 children, and with each pregnancy iv had spotting very early on, which was a pinkish colour and abdominal cramps, which i found worsened with each pregnancy. the doctor put it down to implantation. i hope this helps


No that is not it. Sometimes you will secrete more, it's normal. It can either be ovulation or just cleaning out.


Hello. Breast discharge due to pregnancy doesn't occur until the woman is in her second or third trimester so its unlikely this is pregnancy related. If the discharge is clear coloured or a milky colour then this is very common and usually caused by too much progesterone in your blood. Its completely harmless. Some nipple discharge is also caused by massaging of the breasts or handling of the breasts. I would see your doctor for a breast examination to make sure its not caused by a milk duct infection.



Yes if the discharge is a very dark brown colour it will look like blood.


Yes, a woman will always have discharge. Discharge starts during puberty and continues throughout your life, although it lessens as you enter menopause it will still continue as discharge is needed to keep the vagina clean and healthy. Discharge flushes out dirt and dead cells, is slightly acidic to keep a healthy level of bacteria, and keeps vaginal walls moist so they don't dry out - it will also change in colour, smell or texture if you have a vaginal infection. Discharge changes throughout your menstrual cycles too, which can tell you a lot about your menstrual cycles, you also get fertile cervical mucus around a week before ovulation that helps keep sperm alive in the vagina so it can reach the egg. You will also notice more discharge when aroused as this helps prevent pain or damage during sex.


Yes, a white or off-white discharge is perfectly normal.Vaginal discharge changes throughout the menstrual cycle - this can include changes in colour, texture, and amount - typically you will see a stretchy clear discharge around a week leading up to ovulation and then after ovulation leading up to menstruation you'll see thicker white discharge. You can also see brown or pink discharge leading up to or directly after menstruation, also mid-cycle.As long as discharge isn't green or grey, have an unusual texture such as very watery or clumpy like cottage cheese, or have a bad scent such as fishy or like yeast, then you're likely fine.



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