Discharge During Pregnancy

Do you still have a vaginal discharge of mucus when you're going to be pregnant?

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2012-01-30 20:11:36
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All women have vaginal discharge prior to being pregnant, as this is our natural lubricant. During pregnancy, the discharge will increase in amount as the pregnancy progresses.

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