Answer: As you get closer and closer to labor, you may be experiencing a heavier flow of vaginal discharge.This is quite common, so there’s no need to get worried. What you’re likely seeing is leukorrhea, the normal, thick, whitish or yellowish vaginal discharge brought on because of an increase in estrogen and more blood flow to the vaginal area.Right now, there’s nothing you can do to reduce the amount of your vaginal discharge.
If you notice an unusual smell or—or if you think you’re leaking amniotic fluid because it’s mostly a thin, clear discharge—call your doctor right away.
if the flow gets heavy use panty liners.
Keep your vaginal area clean and avoided using scented products.
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