An increase in vaginal discharge during pregnancy is very common. It should be white or creamy and not blood-stained, itchy or smelly. If it is any of these see your doctor as you might have an infection.
yes it is normal. my sister just had her baby and was constantly itchy. the doc told us it was from her skin stretching to make room for baby.
Just tell her. It can be a yeast infection if it is thick, white, and itchy. If it has these symptoms you can buy an over the counter cream to get rid of it. Or it can be part of your cycle. Often women just before their period will have a discharge and this is very normal. Tell her, she will ask you questions about it, and know what to do. If you are not sexually active you are NOT pregnant.
It can be a yeist infection if it's also itchy it probably is and you might want to ge it looked at and take some meds if it's clear and not itchy it's probably just egg discharge no worries perfectly normal. Good luck hope I could help!
no the reason is the release of the cervial mucous plug. If your discharge is yellow, dark gray, green or anything beside white or off-white, you may have an infection, especially if it has an odor like fish or is itchy.
YES You have lots of new hormones surging round your body and they increase the blood flow to the uterus and vagina which increases the discharge from the vagina. This increased discharge should be clear and not itchy or smelly. If it is you may have an infection so should see your doctor. It is quite common.
my belly feels itchy i have a tingling feeling in my stomach does this mean i am pregnant?
When in doubt, take a pregnancy test. Usually the first sign of pregnancy is a missed period and sore breasts.
If it smells acidic or like ammonia it's normal. Even though it can be a freaky color and the smell is gross to your hyper sensitive nose, it's still normal. Especially at the first and last it can be freaky--at first you are building your plug and at the last you are losing it. If you smell anything super putrid or feel anything itchy, get checked. You could have bacterial vaginosis, a yeast infection, or any other number of things.
That's not normal. And I don't.