sometimes in early pregnancy you may not have even been aware that you were miscarring.perhaps a miscarriage was mistaken for a very heavy period but a few weeks into a pregnancy and a miscarriage was occuring,there would be quite a lot of blood loss accompanied with abdominal cramps.a clear bubbly discharge that contains no blood is not a miscarriage.if you are worried go to your g.p as you may have a very common vaginal infection.
The discharge from herpes sores can be clear or pus-like. A woman with herpes on the cervix may have a clear vaginal discharge without odor.
The clear sac most likely had blood clots, which may have contained the fetus. This is known as the gestational sac. The actual term for a missed miscarriage would be 'blighted ovum'.
A woman's body naturally emits discharge to keep the vagina clean. The discharge should be clear.
supposed to be white and like sorta clear and gooey
Mucus discharge of a springer cow should be clear.
A clear gel like discharge that is excreted from the anal area of a dog is often a sign of an anal impaction. If the dog seems to be in discomfort or pain it is important to take the animal to a vet for treatment.
The clear sac is known as a gestational sac. It often carries the fetus, whenever it is completely clear without any blood sacs it is known as a 'missed miscarriage'.
You should wipe the vagina like always. It's just discharge even if it's looks different.
It's totally fine. Mine was like that too. It was like thin and watery and first (kinda clear/white) and now it's yellow. Completely normal. discharge can go from white, clear, yellow, brown, pink, red..you name it. It all depends on your body. Nothing to worry about;)
In the middle of the menstrual cycle when ovualation occurs you should have a clear, stretchy discharge kind of like uncooked egg whites. It is also possible to have a thick, white to yellow discharge .
hello,i would like to tell you that a clear discharge is not bad.i have it a few days before i start my periode,once at a checkup a doctor told me that's normal for the body to change over the years and a discharge that is clear no oder is harmless.but if you still worry go see your doctor and hear it for yourself
Yes, it's normal.
It looks like clear gel sometimes or it can appear white/creamy. Pantyliners really help.
It just sounds like you are ovulating (releasing an egg). Many women get clear discharge and light brown spotting during ovulation
if you mean discharge by the clear jelly like substance coming out of the vagina then yes.It's just a girls bodu cleaning itself.
You should not have much discharge being pregnant, and if you do it should be pretty clear.
I cant really say if it is normal i was 7 weeks pregnant and i had a discharge that was brown and i miscarried a day later, you really need to talk to your ob/gyn about what it looks like. It might be normal but you need to be on the safe side just in case it isn't normal.
i miscarried in Aug 2010 i was 9 1/2 weeks and it was a mini fully formed baby in a clear bag . i found out i was pregnant in Jan 2010 and i am ment to be 9 weeks now and i had a early scan and they think I'm miscarrying again the yolk sac is about 5 weeks they said when i miscarry this it will look like a sac .
That is normal. All openings in your body that have an 'outside', produce a discharge. It is usually made of mucous. You probably have noticed that your nose and mouth are moist like this. If the openings were dry, it could cause problems.The discharge keeps things moist and also move things out. When you breathe in, the clear discharge traps pollen and dirt and they come out on their own and when you sneeze or blow your nose. The same is true of the vagina.
Discharge, whether ovulating or pregnant tends to be clear to white and have no odd smell. Many say they have an increase of discharge with pregnancy. If your discharge seems different by either color or smell you should make a phone call to your doctor's office and speak with a nurse.
It's normal discharge. It can change appearance and structure during ovulation, arousal etc.
that's discharge, it means your periods on its way
it looks round, kind of like a bubble
yes and he like being in your bubble
gulp* bubble* bubble*