What does amniotic fluid look/ feel like is it thick or just like water n colour wise.. Reason being I'm 12 weeks n just getting over a bad virus. But every time i cough I can feel fluid squeeze out n wet my nickers. It's coming from my vagina and it's just wet.. Not thick. How dangerous is this if it is amniotic fluid n what's the chances it is. Got my first scan tomorrow please leave your opinions zm first time mum n not sure bout these things.. Am worried!
Amniotic fluid I'd just wet it's not think or sticky to the touch like discharge. If it has a sweet smell its most likely the fluid and not urine. I would call your dr or bring it up when you go for your scan. Good luck!
It sounds like it's urine probably that happens to a lot of women. Amniotic fluid usually smells sweet or like semen. I had an amnio done and it looked urine color to me however I hear it can also look clear.
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