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Dr. Linda Gromko
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What's the cause of brown discharge at 35 weeks pregnant?

What's the cause of brown discharge at 35 weeks pregnant?

Mucus plug?: Hard to know. I wonder if this might be the mucus plug or "bloody show" which occurs before labor starts. Since brown discharge may be blood, ask your doctor about this, particularly since you are still early. I trust you are not having contractions or other abdominal pain. And i trust that you are feeling plenty of baby movement. Check with your doctor to be sure about this. Lgromkomd. ...Read more

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Discharge (Definition)

Discharge can be a noun or a verb; it has multiple meanings in physics, chemistry, military, and legal usage. The most common medical meaning is a substance that is being excreted. Examples: pus is the discharge from a pimple; a vaginal discharge can mean infection; an ear discharge can mean an infection of the outer ear tract; a nasal discharge ...Read more


Dr. Timothy Raichle
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What does it mean when you have a lot of white discharge while 35 weeks pregnant?

What does it mean when you have a lot of white discharge while 35 weeks pregnant?

Normal: While this is likely a normal effect of pregnancy related to the hormones of pregnancy, it might represent a yeast infection - go get it checked out! ...Read more

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Dr. Ricardo Estape
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Im 35 weeks pregnant and im have a large amount of discharge more than i usually have. Why is that? Whats happen? What should I do.

Im 35 weeks pregnant and im have a large amount of discharge more than i usually have. Why is that? Whats happen? What should I do.

Go to Hospital: This large amount of discharge may be normal, but, it could also be a sign that your water broke or you are dilating and this is the "show" of mucous once the cervix is dilating. Either way, 35 weeks is too early for both and you need to go to hospital to be evaluated. ...Read more

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Dr. Robert Killian
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35 weeks pregnant and having a large aomunt of discharge why?

35 weeks pregnant and having a large aomunt of discharge why?

Preparing for Labor: You are preparing for labor. If the discharge is unusual, accompanied by pain or blood then i would contact your ob. ...Read more

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Dr. Wendy Askew
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35 weeks pregnant with brown discharge?

Lots of possibilitie: Assuming you don't have a placenta previa, brown discharge at 35weeks pregnant is most likely not anything bad - but needs to be reported to your doctor. Some common causes: early ctx's with a little cervical softening or dilation (preterm labor) can cause this; sometimes vaginitis (yeast or bv) can cause; intercourse can cause) - less often: could be leaking amniotic fluid; small abruption. ...Read more

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Dr. Susan Arnoult
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Dr. Stephen Scarantino
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Im 35 weeks pregnant and having clumpy brown watery discharge. Is this a sign of labor?

Im 35 weeks pregnant and having clumpy brown watery discharge. Is this a sign of labor?

Could mean more: Brown discharge is usually old blood. A mucusy discharge that is mixed with a brown discharge can be the mucus plug coming out. 2 important points: first, you are under 37wks or preterm & preterm labor needs to be ruled-out. Second, if the discharge is more watery, an OB doc needs to make sure you didn't break your water, so you should call your OB and been evaluated at your hospital. ...Read more

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Dr. Bryan Kurtz
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I'm 35 weeks pregnant and I'm Havin a lot of lower pain and a lot of white discharge why?

I'm 35 weeks pregnant and I'm Havin a lot of lower pain and a lot of white discharge why?

Get checked: White discharge without odor or itching is normal I'm pregnancy, but pain is not. You need to call your OB or go in to get checked. ...Read more

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Dr. Monique Ruberu
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35 weeks pregnant. I started to get a small amount of brown discharge and today i had a brown mucus like come out. Should i be concerned?

35 weeks pregnant. I started to get a small amount of brown discharge and today i had a brown mucus like come out. Should i be concerned?

Brien discharge : This could be related to cervical ripening, recent intercourse, a recent vaginal exam. As long as there is no recent trauma or a history of previa it should be ok... Brown discharge indicates old blood... ...Read more

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Dr. Liza Kunz
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What does it mean when a woman who is 35 weeks pregnant and she has brownish discharge coming out? Is she getting close to going in labour?

Call you OBGYN: You probably should get seen by your obgyn. They will likely want to examine you, check on the baby, see the discharge and see if your cervix is starting to open. ...Read more

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If you're pregnant or planning to get pregnant, there are many things you can do to give your baby a healthy start: Regular prenatal visits along with laboratory testing, ultrasounds, prenatal vitamins and immunizations (like the flu shot and whopping cough booster). Now's the time to eat healthy, stay hydrated, and ...Read more


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