I am 6 1/2 weeks pregnant with my second child. Yesterday I got up from laying on the sofa and realized I was wet. I had a pantyliner on (due to excess mucous) but the wetness went through onto my underwear and to my pants. It didn't appear to be urine but I am not sure. Nothing else has happened since. My question is, could I be leaking fluid this early on and if I was would there be enough at 6 weeks to do all that? I am totally freaked out! Everything in my pregnancy has been fine up until now. Please help!?!?!
as u would know, this being your second child, when your waters break/leak they dont just stop they keep on going untill the child is born, since in your case nothing els has happend i am taking that as it still not happening, i dont believe that it is your waters breaking. congratulations on your pregnancy though and good luck...
My water broke with my first child 2 weeks before my due date and I remember the sweet smell of the fluid. It was not a typical vaginal smell and was "clean" smelling. Also, the discharge came from my vagina, not my clitoris area, like a urine break.
We are trying to get pregnant again and twice early on (in the first 2 weeks), the same "water break" has happened like a mini rupture and it came from my vagina (it felt like I was discharging like my period was coming) and it was a sweet smell. It was not a urine leak because I know the difference between the two feelings of vaginal and clitoris fluid excreting. I would see your doctor asap. I don't agree it was a urine leak.
Thanks for your comment. It's good to hear of others experiencing the same thing to know I'm not crazy. :>
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