Breast go through a series of changes during pregnancy. It is normal to experience liquid secretion durnig pregnancy. It begins with clear fluid and develops milk.
Yes, perfectly normal.
Yes, Yourbreasts are changing. Especially if this is a second or third pregnancy. It is called colostrum, and is the first liquid your baby needs at birth filled with vitamins and antibodies.
Absolutely normal.That is cervical mucus, also known as vaginal fluid, and it is normal for it to increase during pregnancy.
if it is clear its normal. if its white and milky its abnormal unless of course you are pregnant
If this is not a first pregnancy it is not abnormal to leak colostrum for the whole 9 months. If this is your first pregnancy generally you will start noticing a clear to cloudy yellowish liquid called colostrum during the second trimester. If you are planning on breast feeding this is the first food your baby will get. It is easily digested and full of antibodies your baby needs to boost his immune system. In the mean time it is a natural moisturizing agent for your nipples. Gently messaging it on your nipples helps get them ready for nursing. A dark or bloody discharge is never normal and should be reported to your doctor or midwife ASAP.
Clear discharge during pregnancy is very normal and nothing to be alarmed about. If the discharge is excessive, wear a thin panty liner to absorb the discharge.
It could be normal. During pregnancy you usually have more discharge and they usually vary from watery to thick. If it concerns too much you ask your doctor about it.
No, not necessarily. This is the exact description of normal cervical fluid that comes every month during ovulation. However, white, clear vaginal discharge can also be a sign of pregnancy.
Milk is only produced in a womans breasts after she has given birth. Colostrum is produced during the third trimester of pregnancy. During PMS, you can not squeeze milk from your nipples. Nipple discharge which is white or clear in colour is usually harmless and means there is a build up of progesterone. You will need to see your doctor to be certain about this though. Rusty coloured discharge, bloody discharge and yellow/green discharge is usually infection or more serious.
um the only way liquid could come out of your breasts is if your pregnant. during pregnancy, your breasts fill with milk. or this liquid could be something else. not too sure. but if your pregnant, its most likely breast milk.
Any discharge of fluid from the male nipples is considered abnormal and should be referred to a medical practitioner for evaluation. There are numerous reasons for this, but it is best to err on the side of caution and get it checked out.
It could be pregnant.....is it clear or white?
Please speak to midwife asap and re-do a pregnancy test.
Yes, Clear discharge is normal.
Yes this is very normal. If the discharge has a odour then this is a sign of a yeast infection. The discharge will increase as your pregnancy progresses.
No it's not normal, these symptoms are cause by pregnancy. Good luck!
Tylenol also known as Paracetamol is recommended for short-term pain relief or to reduce a high temperature during pregnancy. Bare in mind, you should always see a doctor before taking medication during pregnancy. Paracetamol can be used at all stages of pregnancy, it appears it has no clear evidence of causing harm to an unborn baby. - If the normal dose does not solve your issue please consult a doctor.
Females Who Use The Pill Will Get This For A While.
Yes it is, don't wipe it off when you notice it, rub it in, it serves as natural moisturizer to help prevent sore or cracked nipples.
Clear, odourless discharge and sometimes a creamy type of dishcharge and lots of it is normal during pregnancy. If you have a smelly or particular coloured discharge it maybe the sign of an infection and worth mentioning to your Doctor.
Normal pericardial fluid is clear to straw colored. During pathological examination normal pericardial fluid does not contain blood, cancer cells, or bacteria.
no, they aren't always clear. You may notice during pregnancy some variation in your urine and discharge. However, if you notice any pink or bloody tinge to any urine or discharge especially during pregnancy, you should call your doctor and schedule an appointment for an exam just to be sure everything is okay.