Call your doctor.
No, you should probably see your doctor.
Can be normal, depending on how far along you are. If there is bleeding, discharge, or increase in pain, contact your doctor immediately.
No. Please see your doctor.
yes it can be in some women.
Yes it is normal. Thick white discharge is common at the beginning and end of your cycle. Clear and stretchy discharge is 'fertile' mucous and means you are ovulating. It is not normal if the discharge is accompanied by itching. If itching is present your discharge could indicate a yeast infection.
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.
Yes and no. When I was pregnant I experienced some discharge. This is just caused by your body collecting stuff for your mucas plug. It is normal. Now the cramping is somewhat normal. Depending upon how severe the cramps are and if you are having any bleeding, you might want to talk to your OB. There is a medical term for some of those craps and it is called braxton hicks. The cramps are similar to the cramps you have when you go into labor. You are probably not in laor but it would be wise to tell your OB that you are havign these cramps. Do not hide anything from them.