I am 32 weeks pregnant in my 2nd pregnancy. Since last Wednesday I have had a green mucus come out on occassions when I wipe myself after using the bathroom. (Sorry if too graphic). I have seen my GP and had urine and swab testing done, but all results came back normal with no sign of an infection. I am a little worried as I didnt experience this with my first pregnancy, as I was induced. If someone could help and reassure me, that would be great.
If you had testing done and there is no infection, you are probably just fine. I experienced it throughout my pregnancy, and I never had an infection. My midwife told me that discharge can be white/clear, yellowish, and sometimes even greenish. I never had any problems when it happened to me.
if no infection, it's a def poss. your mucous plug coming down in it's own slow way, like af loves to drag herself out sometimes lol.....i'm sure you're fine.....i've had weird d/c's and smells, but all my tests come back fine and i'm 25 weeks or 26(idk, even w/my EDD being oct 25, says i started 26w on july 19?)......but i'm sure you're fine.....
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