I am currently 9 weeks pregnant and i am just wondering why i am having so much clear discharge its not thick it is just watery and i dont' understand why there is so much discharge it is so bad that i have to wear a panty liner everyday or else i am soaked does anyone else have this or know weither it is ok and if everything should be fine with the baby
Well according to the baby books i have it's all normal and a very common side effect of pregnancy, it even said that some women get it so bad they have to wear liners!! I have my days where it's not so bad, but others are yeah coming close to having to use the liner.
Thanks ladies that helps a lot.. this website is a blessing most of the time just kidding all is good. but now that i read this website every possible thing that could go wrong i think about now... i never knew about missed miscarriges until this website now i can't stop worring but hey its good to know... i also had a lot of discharge with my son who is now 4 didn't think to use panty liners so i always had really bad yeast infections.. ya no kidding i was thinking yah no pads now i just wear liners everyday but it will be all worth it in 7 more months
I have been wearing liners since about 20 weeks (currently 37 weeks), but I have a leaky bladder also. I thought 9 months and no period so no pads, (well, I have to wear one everyday, not just for a week out of the month). lol
Why am I having so much discharge and it a thick looking it kinda looks like a bunch of thick snot but it discharge someone tell me if this is normal I'm almost 10 weeks and sometimes it clear and watery but it not today
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