I am 24 weeks pregnant and when I just went to the bathroom there was a snot like discharge on the paper after I wiped. It was yellow and looked to have the same consistency of a mucus substance... It may have been a little thicker. This is my second pregnancy and I just don't remember having this same discharge with my first son.. I know every pregnancy is different, so I just wanted to know if I should talk to my doctor or be concerned or if this is relatively normal.
It can normal as long as it doesn't have a bad odour. If it does have an odour then it could be a bacterial infection and would need treated. It's also possible it be a yeast infection, but you would know if it was that or not because you would most likely become sore of itchy 'down there'.
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