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Is white discharge normal in the 3rd trimester?

Is white discharge normal in the 3rd trimester?

Yes: Vaginal discharge changes in the 3rd trimester. It can get thick and white or thin and watery. White discharge is usually normal, however, if it is clumpy or accompanied by itching, pain, or a fishy odor it may be a sign of a yeast or bacterial infection. ...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


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Is it normal to have brown discharge during the early 3rd trimester?

Is it normal to have brown discharge during the early 3rd trimester?

Not normal: Please call your OB as you may have a vaginal infection, but u need to make sure your cervix is not starting to open or nothing bad is going on with the placenta your OB can do an exam and an ultrasound and vaginal cultures. ...Read more

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2nd trimester with 3rd baby. Having extremely thick discharge. It's yellow with a tint of green. Having some cramps on both sides. Is this normal?

2nd trimester with 3rd baby. Having extremely thick discharge. It's yellow with a tint of green. Having some cramps on both sides. Is this normal?

See your doctor: Get thee to your gyno to have this discharge checked out. It could be several things, but you will need your doctor's help to determine what this is. ...Read more

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Is it normal to have a slimy white discharge everyday for women?

Is it normal to have a slimy white discharge everyday for women?

Likely, yes: It's normal to have discharge every day. Most common is for the discharge to be white or clear. A worrisome sign is for the discharge to cause itching or smell funny. Having a copious amount can also sometimes be a sign of overgrowth of bacteria. But it's normal to have 'some' discharge every day. ...Read more

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Is white discharge normal? No smell, no itchyness

Is white discharge normal? No smell, no itchyness

Maybe: Cloudy to transparent mucus may be normal. Seminal fluid also cause it & comes out in less that 24 hrs after sex. If pt feels that amount has increased and is associated to itching, redness, bad odor, burning or pt is diabetic or on hormones or birth control or takes immunosupprecortisol te, or has cancer ...Chances augment x infections. Rule out yeast, or chlamydia which gives whitish discharge. ...Read more

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Is white discharge normal during an early pregancy?

Is white discharge normal during an early pregancy?

Yes.: Some mild white vaginal discharge is normal during pregnancy, and is likely due to the body responding to hormones. If the discharge ever becomes excessive, foul-smelling, cottage cheese-like, or associated with itching or discomfort, you might consider bringing it up with your doctor. In addition, if you have any vaginal bleeding or a gush of vaginal fluid, seek medical attention right away. ...Read more

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Please tell me, is white discharge normal 5 days after sex?

Please tell me, is white discharge normal 5 days after sex?

Yes: A white discharge can be normal almost any time during the menstrual cycle. It may not have anything to do with sex at all. If it itches, or has a bad odor, it's probably not normal. Best wishes! ...Read more

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Is a lot of white discharge normal in pregnany? I'm 6 weeks.

Is a lot of white discharge normal in pregnany? I'm 6 weeks.

Yes: Enjoy your pregnancy it going the way it was meant to. Good luck. I hope you have someone who will help youwith the baby ...Read more

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Would someone normally have a thick white discharge all the time?

Would someone normally have a thick white discharge all the time?

White discharge: Can be normal or a sign of yeast infection. If it doesn't stop, you may need to take antifungal medication, i.E yeast infection. If this does not stop it, you will need to see an ob. ...Read more