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.
This is very normal during pregnancy, and the discharge will increase as your pregnancy progresses.
Yes. It is normal to have white discharge during pregnancy. But there may be itching or foul smelling discharge and in that case you need to consult your gynaecologist.
Discharge during pregnancy is normal! It is normal to have a havy flow of discharge. But, if the discharge has a green or yellow tint or a very foul smell, it could mean there is an infection and you should see your doctor about it.
yes it's normal to have mild cramps during 12 weeks of pregnancy its called braxton hicks contraction.
Yes many experience a discharge during pregnancy, it may be white or even brownish in colour.
Yes, perfectly normal.
Cramps occur during the first trimester of pregnancy. It often results from normal change that occur during the baby's development. Cramps can generally be described as pulling sensations on or both sides of the abdomen.
Normal discharge increasing is completely normal, during pregnancy. Discharge with blood, bad odor or green, yellow discoloration needs to be brought to your doctors attention, as a possible sign of infection.
No, yellow and/or green discharge is never normal during pregnancy