Does vaginal discharge increase at the end of pregnancy? 37 weeks/ open
I'm just wondering because, there have been a few times where I've felt excess wetness (sorry tmi) and worried that my water broke (I know that usually happens about 1 in 10 women on its own). But it always seems to just be discharge. It's probably more than through out this whole pregnancy. Is this normal?
hi my water broke with both my 2 , you feel it pop then trickle a bit a clear slimey then when i tried to move it gushed like a ltr of fluid .it can slow trickle for a while but its nothing to worry about untill you have a full gush and pain . good luck x x
I have had bad discharge my entire pregnancy - needing to wear at least a panty liner if not a small pad the whole 9 months. Once even going to the doctor thinking it was fluid. Now at 37 weeks just yesterday I thought my water broke too. It came right through everything my panties were soaked but I know it didn't smell sweet so I guess the baby just pushed some stuff out of there. hahahaha I have no shame anymore I tell everybody and I only wear black pants.
You and I are on the same boat. I've had a lot as well. I was using about 3 panty liners a day but I have now started to double them up (1. for complete coverage 2. for frear of my water breaking) . I'm noticing it's increasing again though. Gosh! how much more could possibly come out? I'll be happy once I'm back to normal and dont feel like a faucet..lol
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