I had a surgical aspiration abortion 4 days ago. I'm between 25-30 years old and in relatively good health (not obese). It was 6 weeks since the FDLP but estimated ~3 weeks since conception. The procedure was performed at a licensed clinic and took around 5-10 minutes (I was put under IV anesthesia). Since the procedure I have had some cramping (nothing worse than a bad period), almost no bleeding and some brown chunky discharge that only lasted for a couple hours. Today I started seeing white discharge with a yellowish tint - not a lot, just some when I wipe. It doesn't smell bad, maybe a little tangy, and there is no burning or itching. Is this normal? I tried to find answers online but there is way too much out there to know what's accurate and to be expected or what is an infection. I've also had tension headaches and some lightheadedness (especially right after eating) for the past couple days but I think this could be because of hormone changes or stress? The same lightheadedness was really bad for the past week or so and I'm pretty sure it was because I was pregnant (though I didn't know this at the time). My temperature and heart rate have all been within normal range, btwb 60-100 BMP, and I've had no fever. I just want to know if this is to be expected for recovery or if I'm driving myself crazy by looking at too much Doctor Google!