Hello ladies...so for the past two days I've noticed a stringy white/clear discharge only when I urinate. It's odorless and only comes out when I pee, never on my panty. I was wondering if this could be normal or a cause for concern as I'm 14 weeks pregnant. I've read many posts where women described losing their mucous plug and it looking stringy when it didn't come out in one big glob. But I wasn't able to find any posts by anyone who is at around this gestation period. Any thoughts or opinions would be greatly appreciated. Take care and God Bless. :)
Normal. I had an increase in vaginal discharge that would only make an appearance when I would pee. If you are concerned though contact your doctor and tell him/her your worries. Most likely he/she will have you come into the office and will give you an examine.
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