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Question: Hello I am 32 weeks pregnant with twins and today I have small amount of white discharge and itching also what should I do?
Answer: Yes, 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.
Question: I have white discharge with smell... Why
Answer: hello dear white discharge is very normal in pregnancy but it should not be smelly or its colour should not vary to green ,grey or dark yellow if so it's a sign of UTI which will need you medical attention .
Question: Hi...i m in 5th month today i got white discharge like mucus with small cloth of blood i am so worried pls tell why this happened
Answer: Hello! There could be many reasons for it. But it is better to immediately consult the doctor and report your doctor about it. Also try to be on complete bed rest till further advice from the doctor.
Question: today i have a small white discharge ...is it ok ?
Answer: When you become pregnant your body undergoes lots of changes and one is vaginal discharge or white discharge. Normally it is called as leukorrhea which is thin white milky and little Smell. Its normal in pregnancy and nothing to worry on. But in any point of time if you feel it's heavy discharge, more like watery urine kind of, change in color like reddish, pinkish, brownish , pale yellow and greenish with itching and burning that needs to be reported to your doctor as soon as possible