Today I had to go in for leaking. Dr said I have small hole that is causing the leaking. I have had a bad cold for a week now. When I coughed it caused the hole. Dr also said that since I am leaking just a little that it should hold up for a few more weeks. Wanted to know if any one else had had this happen to them and what your Dr did about it.
Leaking amniotic fluid. Symptoms are wetness in panties. Clear or pinkish color with no smell. Had no pain. You can check for this by emptying your bladder fully then putting on a clean pad and laying on your left side for 20 mins. Once you get up you will feel the wetness. Check the color and smell. I know it sounds weird but it works. You will know if you beak your water fully. If it had no smell or has a sweet smell it is fluid. Later in pregnancy you will pee a little bit when moving. This is the only way to tell the two apart.
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