Question: watery discharge in pregnancy

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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. One of the most common vaginal infections during pregnancy is candidiasis, also known as a yeast infection.
Answer: An increase in white or clear vaginal discharge is normal in early pregnancy. But if the dischargebecomes coloured, smelly, or causes itching, soreness or becomes bloody, you should tell your midwife or GP.
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