Similar Questions with Answers
Question: I'm 7th week pregnant. White discharge is any problem
Answer: Hello dear... Yes, it is normal, it happens due to blood flow to vagina, follow these remedies it might be helpful for you... Avoid oil and spicy foods Drink more water Add yogurt in your diet Wear loose and comfortable clothes Include banana,figs in your diet If your discharge is mild yellow or green, please consult doctor
Question: Hi mam i am 16 week pregnant now sometimes white discharge will come that is like egg white, there is any problem in this ?
Answer: No problem dear, it's perfectly normal starting from early pregnancy until your baby is born. What you're noticing is probably leukorrhea – the odorless or mild-smelling milky white discharge that you may have had before you got pregnant. There's just a lot more of it now because your body is producing more estrogen, and more blood is flowing to the area around your vagina. This discharge is made up of secretions from the cervix and vagina, old cells, and normal vaginal bacteria. Healthy vaginal discharge is usually: Clear to milky white.Thin to thick or mucus-like.Odorless or mild-smelling. You'll probably also notice more vaginal discharge as you approach labor, although it's likely to look somewhat different from the flow you've become accustomed to. Here are some other ways to keep your genital area clean and healthy: Always wipe from front to back.Wear cotton underwear.Don't wear tight pants and nylon pantyhose.Don't use bubble bath, scented pads, scented toilet paper, feminine hygiene sprays, and scented or deodorant soaps. Discharge that's green, smells unpleasant, causes pain, or seems unusual in any other way could be a sign of infection or another problem. Call your doctor
Question: Im 16 week pregnant, get yellow watery fluid from vagina,
Answer: Hello dear It is very normal to have a clear and runny, whitish or slightly yellowish vaginal discharge during pregnancy. The cervix receives an increase in blood supply and hormone levels also keep changing. More mucous is secreted which results in increased vaginal discharge. The discharge is non-smelly in normal conditions. However, if you experience foul smell, bloody or greenish discharge, or itching or a burning sensation, you should immediately consult your doctor, as it could be related to infection.