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Question: I am into my 39th week of pregnancy n today m experiencing white discharge thru my urine. Though there is no pain yet or water break still is it the symptom of labour?
Answer: hello dear, It’s common to have more vaginal discharge in pregnancy. It’s usually harmless, and not that different from the discharge that you had before you were pregnant. There’s just more of it. It’s a mild or musky-smelling, milky fluid that keeps your vagina clean and helps to prevent infection. Vaginal discharge comes from your cervix, which is the neck of your womb (uterus). You probably get more when you’re pregnant because more blood is flowing to the area. this is the process by which our uterus is cleaning through mucus.. on the other side, if discharge is in yellowish or greenish ,large in quantity and had foul smell. then it may causes due to urinary infection, and pay attention, go to yr doctor immediately about labour pain dear, congrats u r very near to yr labour,, here Look out for clear signs of labor that tell you baby's on the way: Baby "drops" Cervix dilates Cramps and increased back pain Loose-feeling joints Diarrhea Weight gain stops Fatigue Vaginal discharge changes color and consistency Stronger, more frequent contractions Water breaks gud luck and have safe delivery
Question: My sister was currently 37 the week of pregnancy.... She has a water break from afternoon... In hospital, she had a trips till now.... Is anything problem?
Answer: Hello, if your sister had water break I think it's delivery symptom and can deliver baby any moment. Rest your gynaecologist immediately will be best to tell this.
Question: I have a lots of watery discharge from yesterday afternoon in my 12th week and have little abdominal pain today .. Is this normal?
Answer: it is normal..It's called leukorrhea of pregnancy, and it's caused by hormonal changes that affect the uterus, the cervix, the vagina. And for the most part, it's nothing to worry about. If you are having symptoms of abnormal discharge, which can include itching, or burning, or discoloration, or odor, you should talk to your doctor.