12 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Is white sticky discharge normal at 11 weeks?

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Answer: Hello dear It is very normal to have a clear and runny, whitish or slightly yellowish vaginal discharge during pregnancy. 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.
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