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Question: Hi I am 32 week pregnant from morning some kind of water discharging.. Is it any serious issue.. Please suggest me
dear any kind of water discharge is notgood at the phase of your pregnancy if it is a mucus kind sticky discharge then it is ok but if you facing a clear watery like discharge or yellow colour green colour it can be a cause of infection or it may can be your amniotic fluid it is better you meet your gynecologist and get proper checkup take care
Question: blood discharge...is it any danger
Answer: hi dear ,
Congratulations for ur pregnancy ! women report they experience spotting during their first 12 weeks of pregnancy. Bleeding that occurs early on in pregnancy is usually lighter in flow than a menstrual period. If the blood turns deep red or becomes heavy, speak to your doctor as soon as possible. The bleeding should only last for one or two days, but every woman is different. Implantation bleeding often causes spotting or off-and-on bleeding for about one or two days. and in some case spotting happens for complete nine months so every women has different symptom .it's better if u consult doctor and get assured if it is normal or not. Also refer the healofy app for daily updates on baby development and growth,as well as pregnancy care.it also gives you enormous info on post delivery baby care and diet.donot miss out!
Question: Having low whitish discharge from vagina since morning.. Please suggest is there any problem or labour symptoms.. 37w running
Answer: Hello dear
It is very normal to have a clear and runny, whitish or slightly yellowish vaginal discharge during pregnancy. The cervix receives an increase in blood supply and hormone levels also keep changing. More mucous is secreted which results in increased vaginal discharge.
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.